I guess I'm in grave danger. I have the term 'Geocache' on my personal stash page. (The first cache in Georgia 6/5/00) Coords were submitted to Mike, so how can a third party copyright that info? http://www.mindspring.com/~designer Whats even worse I'm a member of the 'Geocaching' Webring. (Another method of distributing coords.) I wonder if every member of the ring is also in danger of lawsuits. I forget who started it, but if EVERYBODY with a stash got a web page and they all joined the ring, one "Official" copyrighted web page would see greatly reduced traffic.
>I might be babbling endlessly tonite, but I've had several beers.... > >Nevertheless, if you do have caches on geocaching.com, you can go remove >them quite easily if you dont like the way Jeremy's running the site... Then >he doesn't own your information anymore... > >I dunno where you go put em then, but hey! > >I just thought the idea was to distribute coordinates to everyone who could >possibly want them, let those people go find your cache, and there ya go... > >I cant think of any better way to do it... > > >Mike Teague -- http://home.earthlink.net/~kvuo/