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Subject: Re: UKNM: Who wants to be an e-millionaire...
From: Paul Douglas
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 11:12:33 +0100

Jo Chipchase wrote:
> Dot com fever runs rife again... did anyone see a news item in yesterday's
> Guardian, about Channel 4 launching a new programme: "Who Wants to be an
> E-millionaire". So yer man in the street (or even your granny) can devise
> stunning ideas for dot com ventures, present them in game show format, and
> win a couple of millions from a panel of friendly venture capitalists.

But, as the Register points out...

"By entering this competition, you irrevocably and unconditionally grant
permission to Princess, and its affiliates, successors, assignees and
licensees to disclose your application including the dot-com idea for
the purpose of assessing the application and to use, in whole or in
part, by any and all means, media, devices, processes and technology
now or hereafter known or devised, in perpetuity throughout the
universe, including the right to make alterations thereto, your name
and/or likeness and/or the results of your appearance."


Paul Douglas, Editor, .net

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  UKNM: Who wants to be an e-millionaire.., Jo Chipchase

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