Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2006
From: "Dr Robert Lomas" email@example.com
Subject: Copyright Theft
*It has been drawn to my attention that you are using copyright
images stolen from the plates section of The Hiram Key without
*Please remove these images at once
Failure to comply WILL result in a complaint to your Internet
Service Provider, which has 'Terms of Service' which copyright
theft violates. Don't risk losing your internet connection and your
reputation by being downright stupid!
You are quite free to critize Freemasonry and I defend your right
to do so. I do not defend your right to steal my images and use
them in a cause I do not support.
In case you have stolen so many images that you have trouble finding
these particular ones, they are at
I look forward to the swift removal of the stolen images, as even on
the net few people will take the word of someone who can be shown
to be prepared to steal and misrepresent.
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006
From: "FW" firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Copyright Theft
To: "Dr Robert Lomas" email@example.com
Dear Dr. Lomas,
Thank-you for bringing to my attention this matter, I
have added the attribution, authorship, and
availablity to each of the images.
Your research and these images in particular as you
noted in your book revealed for the first time actual
photographs of a Masonic Ritual inside a Masonic
Temple, never before seen.
We feel here at the leading Masonic Research Facility
in the World - Freemasonry Watch, that we simply must
include this discovery as part of our educational and
academics efforts towards the general public on the
importance of Freemasonry, under the accepted 'Fair
We in no way intended or intend to breach your
copyright, in fact we have long promoted 'Hiram Key'
on this website via book reviews and prominent direct
Amazon.com links to it and other of your works.
We appreciate your affirmation of the right and
necessity of Freemasonry Watch to continue it's
'work', and wish you the very best of success with
your new book 'Turning the Hiram Key'.
S & F
The Official Website of Robert Lomas
Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom, on the Internet, and the World Wide Web