Monday, October 30, 2006

WARNING! Thieves approaching!!

The Samwer Brothers really already seem to have spent all the money they earned on Jamba(273mill US$) or Alando(47mill US$).
Still they have not been creating any jobs: Alando is eBay now and Jamba/Jamster only used stolen content.
What did we learn? Stealing stuff is great! "User-generated-content" is "Theft 2.0".
The Samwer Brothers launch another new project based on thievery: MyVideo
As much as the idea is stolen from YouTube, as much the Samwer Brothers stretch the legal issues. Specially aiming at illegal content the user is asked to upload "any kind of material". The site does not feature a community or anything alike... the plan is just to sell stuff you don't own. Just like they did with Jamba/Jamster.
Alando was illegal aswell, since there were quite some patents around that would NOT have allowed the Samer Brothers to run such a service. But hey, they never cared for copyright, intellectual property or the law.
To top the whole idea they even stole the logo...please compare: (Samwer shit) (real thing)

Please anyone support a global stop of any access to the internet for Marc, Alexander and Oliver Samwer.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Samwer Brothers are back the cheating business. Where else?
Their "next big coup" is a copy of facebook and is named StudiVerzeichnis.
How they cheat this time? Well, according to law any advertisement must be recognizeable as an ad to the consumer. You're not allowed to advertise and have it look a real journalistic report and so on..
In the neverending junkie-alike need for more money those freaks bought themselves into the lame copy of facebook and use the admin accounts for blasting out their "viral marketing".
In a mail to all users the admin advised all users to buy a rather bad record.
A group named "Juli" creates terrible radio music with no great ideas in text and sound....that is why none wanted to buy the lastest one.

Beware of faked mails and fresh spam from the Samwer Brothers. :)