Talk:Cease & Desist
Mercedes Lackey: added text & link to newer announcement on ML's fanfic policies. QUERY: The examples cited (Queen's Own fic OK with a release, fanfic now OK under CC) aren't actually consistent with inclusion of ML under the C&D umbrella. Therefore: should ML be deleted as an example of C&D in the absence of examples where C&Ds were issued? [I don't say there are no examples, but right now she looks out of place on the list.] --djonn 02:55, 15 March 2010 (UTC)
How frequent are C&Ds now?
The beginning of this article implies that letters are common but the list stops in the '00s, does anyone know whether it's because there haven't been many lately? --msilverstar (talk) 03:36, 8 June 2013 (UTC)
- Maybe fewer? Or, perhaps they are called something else? Or a "case" doesn't go far enough? Or things are a lot more complicated, and a fan doesn't simply get "a letter" anymore? I can think of two examples of similar events (and there must be more): Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust and Unauthorized Fanworks and Another Hope. Or perhaps I'm mixing up apples and oranges and, well, other horses of a different color. --Mrs. Potato Head (talk) 13:04, 8 June 2013 (UTC)