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- Posted on Oct 30th 2008 3:00PM by Benjy Eisen
The Register, a UK-based "Sci/Tech News" outlet, reports that Adams enlisted the services of Web Sheriff to round up unofficial Bryan Adams websites and issue warnings to their owners: take down any unlicensed material, make sure you're not violating any copyrights and delete any link that leads to unacceptable (pirate or malicious) sites. Last year, Prince hired Web Sheriff for similar but more aggressive enforcement. At Adams request, Web Sheriff is politely asking the owners of these fan pages to sign a rights agreement before re-launching their sites.
So far, most have been cooperative. After all, Bryan Adams fans have never been known as the rabble-rouser type.