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We have removed photos of Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and
Shiloah Nouvel from your photostream upon receipt of the
following Notice of Infringement filed by Getty Images:

From: Nancy Wolff <Nwolff@cdas.com>
To: Yahoo! Copyright <copyright@yahoo-inc.com>
Subject: DMCA copyright infringement on domain name:
www.flickr.com <http://www.flickr.com>

I represent Getty Images who has authorized me to act on
its behalf for copyright infringement notification.
Infringement of a Getty Images photograph of actors Brad
Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and their child Shilioh Nouvel as it
appears on the cover of HELLO! magazine (the "Photograph")
has been detected on the Web site http://www.flickr.com.
The infringing photograph appears on the Web site as
follows:

http://flickr.com/photos/thefayth/162026452/
http://flickr.com/photos/thefayth/162522235/

This letter is an official notification under the
provisions of Section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium
Copyright Act to effect removal of the detected
infringement. I hereby request that you IMMEDIATELY issue
a cancel message, as specified in RFC 1036, for the
specified posting and prevent the infringer, who is
identified by its Web address, from posting the infringing
passwords to your servers in the future. Please be advised
that by law, as a service provider, you must "expeditiously
remove or disable access to" the infringing passwords upon
receiving this notice. Noncompliance may result in a loss
of the possibility of immunity under the DMCA.

I have a good faith belief that use of the material in the
manner complained of herein is not authorized by Getty
Images, its licensing representatives, or the law. The
information provided herein is accurate to the best of my
knowledge. I hereby swear under penalty of perjury that I
am authorized to act on behalf of Getty Images. for matters
pertaining to notification of infringement of its exclusive
rights in its copyrighted material.

You are hereby put on notice that the photograph must be
removed from http://www.flickr.com immediately. Please
confirm by email or telephone that you have complied with
your obligations under the Act by removing the photograph
from http://www.flickr.com.

Very truly yours,
/Nancy E. Wolff/
Nancy E. Wolff
Cowan DeBaets Abrahams & Sheppard LLP
41 Madison Avenue, 34th floor
New York, NY 10010
Tel: (212) 974-7474
Fax: (212) 974-8474
Email: nwolff@cdas.com

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