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artherd
07-28-2008, 9:55 PM
http://www.armoryairbrush.com/images/examples/CLIENT%20DESIGNS/PINK%20and%20WHITE%20GRAPHICS.JPG

Healdsburg, CA. July 28, 2008 -- CDglobal Networks, a premier hosting and Content Delivery company, has taken over hosting for ArmoryAirbrush.com, previously pulled by a malicious host.

In a case of corporate hypersensitivity, ArmoryAirbrush.com was attacked by a large corporation who sent cease and desist letters to an uncaring host, who pulled the plug before investigating the veracity of the claim, leading to lost revenue for a baseless charge.

"CDGlobal Networks has a policy of fully evaluating any claims made under DMCA and other theories of law, responding aggressively in support of our customers whenever possible" says Benjamin Cannon, President. "Our diverse clientele deserve and demand to be treated like human beings, and we stand behind them with every recourse available."

Launched by Cannon in 1994, CDglobal Networks has become the leader in the specialized market of highly available webforum hosting, and content delivery. "Judging by the number of businesses, members, and government entities we host, as well as their retention and referral rate, we have succeeded," Cannon continues. "Not to mention their demographics," he continues.

CDglobal Networks, headquartered in Healdsburg, CA, was created by forward-thinking businessmen in a time when the internet was in it's infancy, and currently boasts Fortune 100, and most branches of the US Armed Services, as clients. Through constant attention to the market and their clients, the company has been able to not only change with the times, but remain future based, poised to capture new markets even as they are being created.

"Our next project is going to bring transaction processing availability and scalability to the web-forum market." says Cannon. "Stay tuned."

http://www.cdglobal.net/
info@cdglobal.net

secretasianman
07-28-2008, 10:05 PM
Who was the original host?

artherd
07-28-2008, 10:18 PM
One of the big names, not worth mentioning which. Most hosts will come down hard on their customers at the slightest sign of trouble.

One of the reasons we host calguns.net is our policy of fighting hard for our clients. Civil rights aren't just a hobby for me.

Mssr. Eleganté
07-28-2008, 10:39 PM
Can the Sanrio goons be held off by using the "parody and satire" exemption? :D

oaklander
07-28-2008, 10:40 PM
Bravo!

:D

hoffmang
07-28-2008, 10:57 PM
Can the Sanrio goons be held off by using the "parody and satire" exemption? :D

The simple answer is yes. The more complex answer includes both the song Barbie Girl and a recent case regarding a Walmart parody Cafe Press store.

-Gene

artherd
07-28-2008, 11:07 PM
Can the Sanrio goons be held off by using the "parody and satire" exemption? :D

In a manner of speaking (and with limitations); yes! There are other reasons Sanrio had no claim here.

All of which are moot if your hosting company knuckles under. :)

svenu
07-28-2008, 11:15 PM
Ben - glad that I will be able to move my server into your network, thanks for all you've done and are doing!

And once more.... thanks for getting my 6 "Evil but Legal" AR receivers back from the DOJ!!!

-steve

jdberger
07-28-2008, 11:31 PM
Sanrio needs an expensive spanking.

I wonder what it would cost them to produce (for a deposition) all emails and documents regarding trademark enforcement for the past 5 years?:rolleyes:

aplinker
07-28-2008, 11:46 PM
Well, in defense of The Minions of Hello Kitty...

I think their view of America wasn't so unlike (my experience) of Japanese.

I think they mistakenly thought Drawn was literally churning out thousands of Hello Kitty ARs to fend off the forthcoming invasion and all-out-war of the forces of Strawberry Shortcake.

Japanese legal departments are merciless, but dense & slow.

Glad to see you up and running again!

ivanimal
07-28-2008, 11:48 PM
Kudos! Again, you never let us down Ben!

Thanks.;)

drawn
07-29-2008, 11:42 AM
In a manner of speaking (and with limitations); yes! There are other reasons Sanrio had no claim here.

All of which are moot if your hosting company knuckles under. :)

Whoo Hooo!!!
First of all I must thank Ben and his unwavering attention to make this transition a comfortable task. The peace of mind I have now is priceless in that I can now focus on Finishing firearms and painlessly adding a photo from time to time. I threw up some picture pages with more to come and will add some text and a FAQ as time permits.

CDGlobal has a user friendly interface containing tools I was unaware even existed.
I am extremely happy and look forward to growing Armory Airbrush with CDGlobal and the Calguns community.

THANK YOU!

Ding126
07-29-2008, 2:48 PM
If everyone painted their weapons pink or barney purple, would they be less of a threat to the anti's? It seems just the color change makes them less threatening than the evil black stuff we all love so well.

Really nice web site, I hope to use their services in the future.

A guy I know of in AZ had a MP5 painted in pink for his girl and is now working on a Gucci pattern.
Is that that love or what.

Glock22Fan
07-29-2008, 2:54 PM
Well done, Ben,

but . . .

Maybe it is my computer, and I know it isn't Ben's fault, but the green links at the bottom can't be read at all against that background with my eyes.

John

drawn
07-29-2008, 3:14 PM
Well done, Ben,

but . . .

Maybe it is my computer, and I know it isn't Ben's fault, but the green links at the bottom can't be read at all against that background with my eyes.

John

I noticed that as well. I'm using a template software on the server (which in my opinion is very cool) that font and color are selectable and I'll change it in the future. If you see anything else obnoxious let me know.
Edited to add I changed the florescent green to a burgundy, It reads better now.

artherd
07-31-2008, 12:22 AM
new site looks good Drew!