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Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Molested catholics
Do not divert attention from the crimes of the Catholic church.

TEXT:  Our roference EXllAlrcATH4300-9059360 Mr Kosiorek and Mr Brown Governor Phillip Tower 1 Farrer Place Sydney NSW 2000 GPO Box 9925 NSW 2001 Tel (02) 9210 6500 Fax (02) 9210 661 1 1 October 2010 Private and conf¡dent¡al By emailand post: Ken Kosiorek 2121 Seagull Lane San Diego, cA 92123-3732 USA Email: John Brown C/O lnternet Business Design Australia 213Oa Wanruick Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350 Email: septl ; cabaction@gma¡ Dear Mr Kosiorek and Mr Brown "Xt3 Newsletter" and other conduct We act for the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney. We have been provided by our client with copies of emails in which you have reproduced content and trade marks from our client's newsletter (Xt3 Newsletter) and its website t¡, We are instructed by our client that these emails have been received by its personnel and also by recipients within the Catholic hierarchy and the broader Catholic Church in Australia. Your conduct in sending these emails infringes upon our clients rights including the following intellectual property rights: a) your newsletter makes use of a number of our client's trade marks, brand names, insignia, including "Xt3", in which our client has established substantial reputation and goodwill; b) you have produced and distributed materials which substantially reproduce the Xt3 Newsletter and other materials of our client which are the subject of copyright protection; and c) your newsletter passes off as the Xt3 Newsletter as: (i) its look and feel is substantially similar to that of the Xt3 Newsletter, for example, it utilises the same general layout, colouring, font and design; and (i¡) it includes an identical footer to that in the Xt3 Newsletter stating that the newsletter originated from Catholic Communications Archdiocese of Sydney. Furthermore, our client is concerned that the provision of this newsletter as described above is likely to mislead or deceive recipients into thinking that you or this newsletter, at a minimum, is associated with or has the endorsement of the Archdiocese of Sydney or of the broader Catholic Church. ln fact, we are instructed that our client has received complaints and requests for clarification from third party recipients regarding emails received from you. As you may be aware, sections 42 and 44(e) of lhe Fair Trading Act 7987 (NSW) prohibit persons from engaging in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or is likely to mislead or deceive, and from representing that goods or services have sponsorship or approval they do not have. As the newsletter is not an official newsletter of the Archdiocese of Sydney and does not have any association or endorsement as implied, ln our view, your conduct clearly infringes sections 42 and 44(e) of the Fair Trading Act 1987 (NSW). Our client requires you to cease and desist from publishing and distributing this newsletter and similar newsletters. Our client will continue to monitor vigorously the distribution of any infringing material by you. Should this occur, our client will not hesitate to enforce its rights which lnclude seeking an injunction, damages and payment of our client's legal costs. Additionally, our client has instructed us that each of you has been sending communications to personal email accounts that are extremely intimidating, threatening, offensive and harmful. Please immediately discontinue sending such communications. Our client cannot ignore what cleady is the inappropriate publication and distribution of emails by you. Should you continue to send such emails, our client will not hesitate to enforce its legal rights. Yours faithfully Corrs Chambers Westgarth

As Seneca observed, 2100 years ago:

"Knowledge is when a mind possesses an idea...belief is when an idea possesses a mind".

Faith is belief without evidence.