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SubjectFwd: Transcend's "one of the most cavalier GPL violations in a long time"
this is a quick message to let people know that evidence has been
collected of not just knowingly-infringing copyright but *blatant*
copyright infringment [a la "bring it on, fuckers"] by transcend
technologies. does anyone have any recommendations as to whom should
be contacted in order to pursue a copyright violation case against
transcend? as a minor linux kernel source copyright holder they could
easily and simply remove the source code contributions i have made,
but i would still like to pursue them for copyright infringment.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: luke.leighton <>
Date: Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: Transcend's "one of the most cavalier GPL violations in a
long time"
To: Fernando Cassia <>
Cc: legal <>

On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 6:36 AM, Fernando Cassia <> wrote:
> Sorry if this has been already discussed on this list...
> "After all this was done, [Dmitry] finally got a response back from
> one of Transcend’s support engineers. They are “Uninterested” in
> complying with GPL, and he is “free to report this to any Linux
> organization” Ouch! That’s one of the most cavalier GPL violations
> we’ve seen in a long time."

not only that but it would provide the courts with clear evidence of
blatant copyright infringment. the penalties for such are extremely

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