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Excuse me, . . . using names that exist in our database and that were
created by others. Or, something like that. Sheesh.
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
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> From: Brierley, Sean [SMTP:Sean -at- Quodata -dot- Com]
> In the US, where you can be sued for anything, I have seen no such advice.
> tend to use the names of my pets . . . for the most part, the US still
> discourages lawsuits by non-humans . . . but often I'm stuck using names
> created by others that exist in our database.