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Fbi Wikipedia

August 4, 2010 by Post Team 

Fbi Wikipedia, The Federal Bureau of Investigation has called for Wikipedia to quit using the FBI seal on items in the free online or face legal action possible.

According to a letter dated 28 July, the FBI lawyer David C. Larson said the site is using the seal without the permission of the director of the agency, as required by law. Larson sent the letter to the Wikimedia Foundation, owner of the site.

“The purpose of this letter is to inform you of these legal requirements and seek their enforcement through the elimination of the board of the FBI,” Larson said in the letter available for download by The New York Times.

Wikipedia The agency gave 14 days to remove the seal. “Failure to comply may result in legal action,” the letter said.

In response, the Wikimedia Foundation questioned the FBI’s interpretation of the law governing the use of their label. The nonprofit said the bill was intended to prevent persons or organizations using the seal of posing as the FBI or for commercial use. Wikimedia said he did not meet this criterion.

“While we appreciate their desire to revise the statute to reflect his expansive view of it, the fact is that we must work with the current language of the law, not the version of Section 701 aims to be sent to us, “said attorney Mike free encyclopedia Goodwin said in a letter to the FBI. The letter, dated July 30, was also made available for download by The Times.

In response to a question from InformationWeek, Wikimedia spokesman Jay Walsh confirmed the correspondence with the FBI, and was awaiting the response of the FBI.

“To my knowledge we have not received further communication from the FBI in this matter,” Walsh said in an e-mail sent Tuesday.

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