Microsoft serves Weblogsinc with takedown notice

Jason Calacanis of Weblogsinc has received a take down notice for material on Engadget that is alleged to have inxcluded “propriatry trade secret information that is not authorised by Microsoft”.

The material relates to a reader tip off received by Engadget which provided an inside peak at Windows Mobile 2005.

Calacanis has attempted to contact Microsoft via its lawyers with no response as of yet and has challenged Microsoft uber-blogger Robert Scoble to respond.

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  1. says

    Thats great Robert, its always good to know that you’re on the ball, your lawyers on the other hand may need a talking to.

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