As reported on Traffic Power Sucks News Page:
I received a little letter from the same lawyer threatening me with a lawsuit if I didn't take "proprietary and confidential information related to Traffic Power's business" off of my website. I called the lawyer and asked him exactly what information he was referring to. He had no idea what I was talking about. This was the guy who signed the letter, and he was clueless. If anyone can find anything at all on this website that could possibly be considered Traffic Power's "proprietary and confidential information", drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you sue a person without giving them any specifics? Is anyone reading this into legal policy much? Is that legal?
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