Telewest & Us

Infringe

What's all this, then?

Who's Using Us?

Who Supports Us?

The "Offer"...
We Can't Refuse

"Offer" Page 2

"Offer" Page 3

"Offer" Page 4

"Offer" Page 5

The Nasty Letter

Pirates & Privacy

Lawyers angry
with Telewest...
Threaten US !

 
Editorial Opinion
The Billionaires' Club



Taking our Identity was a deliberate and consious decision, carefully planned, approved and implemented at the highest levels of Telewest, Microsoft, and AT&T / Liberty Media management.
Telewest's Board of Directors contained Microsoft and Liberty Media employees. Malone, Gates and Huff, who controlled the majority of Telewest stock, appear to have called all the shots.

Directory Screen Shot from Infringing Microsoft Browser
Who knew / knows about this corporate blunder and the Rights Violations that continue to escalate daily?


Lots of people... In particular, Telewest Staff and it's partners MediaOne, Microsoft, Liberty Media, the Telewest sponsored and supervised BLUEYONDER Users Group, and the tens of thousands of Telewest Customers and those communicating with them that we've contacted.

Gates/Microsoft SEC Filings on the acquisition of 25% of Telewest, state that Telewest must keep Gates/Microsoft up to date on all matters effecting the marketability of Telewest.


Were Telewest Employees using your domain to conduct company business?


Yes, apparently they were. See some of the email in evidence below.
I've included the headers and disclaimers to show where the emails originated from and who they were addressed to "@ BLUEYONDER.COM "
Only extraneous spaces and lines have been omitted.

Has anyone helped or supported you?


Yes, we have received both moral support and evidence.
We would like to thank all those folks who have provided us with their kind support and valuable evidence of the violations of our Intellectual Property Rights. We admire your ethics.
A special thank you to the Chief Moderator of Telewest's BLUEYONDER Users Group, Malcolm Pack., aka, "Jellyroll Papadopolis". Good stuff, Malc

What about the privacy issue, if you're getting other people's mail and they may be getting yours?


Big Problem.
We were seriously concerned about privacy violations and have discussed this issue with agents of the FBI, The US and California DOJ and FTC in the US, Trading Standards and the Data Protection Agency in the UK, Police Officers in the US and UK, as well as the EU Commission on Anti Competitive Activities.
We were informed that there are two separate privacy issues to be considered.

1. The privacy violations of Telewest's customers, who are protected by Law.
The legal opinions offered by agents we contacted confirmed our ethical stance that we would not, and should not, further violate the privacy rights of Telewest customers by publishing the content of personal email sent to our Domain without permission.

2. That Telewest's illegal use of our Intellectual Property to conduct business and to profit from, constituted a breach of our rights, and therefore, does not afford them the same protections as their uninformed and likely innocent customers.

We have spent countless hours sending tens of thousands of emails to Telewest's customers and those corresponding with them, alerting them to the violation of their privacy and asserting our ownership of BLUEYONDER.COM. This includes communication with Telewest and Microsoft staff.

We have called and written to UK and Scottish Educational Institutions, UK Police Departments and Government Agencies who are Telewest's customers, and Banking Institutions about breached account information. We've even contacted Telewest's owner Microsoft, and the supplier of server equipment to Telewest, Sun Microsystems, to try to stop the harassment and abuses.
Exhausting and frustrating stuff.

The UK Police were apologetic and frustrated by Jurisdictional issues.
Banking Institutions and Government agencies thanked us and said they would tighten security.
The UK Data Protection agency and the EC Commision on Anti-Competitive Activities will review the evidence and investigate and prosecute if necessary.

Instead of a resolution to these privacy violations, the situation worsens daily.
Telewest now claims over 498,000 Broadband Internet customers for their "blueyonder" service, and we receive daily complaints about poor service, and spam and virus attacks originating from Telewest's system.
We have had probably every virus in circulation directed at us in large quantities.

Our ISP's have received "Email Bomb" attacks that have shut down their entire email systems, disrupting service for thousands of their customers. These are huge clusters of email, all addressed to BLUEYONDER.COM addresses... none of them ours.
These have been costly attacks for them, and we are grateful for their integrity in continuing to support us through this disgustingly trying ordeal.

A Law was recently enacted in the US requiring service providers to notify users if a security breech may effect their privacy rights.
We are posting this information to warn and educate those who may have also been harmed by Telewest's decision to use our Identity.


Who At The Top knew of the violations of our rights, and used Our Name anyway?
Here are some emails from the Telewest Management conducting company business using our Domain Name...
First up is: Chad Raube



Chad Raube
Who Is He?
Raube came from Malone & AT&T's Media One
Telewest Interview by ISP Review


"My name is Chad Raube and I am head of marketing for Internet Services at Telewest Communications. Telewest offers consumers the blueyonder family of internet services, which currently includes a broadband service - blueyonder hi-speed internet; and two dial-up offerings, blueyonder surfunlimited and blueyonder pay-as-you-go."


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From: "Raube, Chad" <CRaube@mediaone.com>
To: "'trevor.elliott@blueyonder.com'"<trevor.elliott@blueyonder.com>

Subject: Congrats

Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2000 17:11:51 -0500

Trevor,

Congratulations on the successful launch of blueyonder! Quite an accomplishment given the tight timeline you had to work with. I wish you continued success with it. It will be interesting to see how the install process works out. Keep me posted!

Best regards,

Chad


Next at bat is Paul Downton,
Pricipal Internet Engineer for Telewest



Paul Downton

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From: "Paul Downton" <pmd@cableinet.net>

To: <pmd@blueyonder.com>

Subject: test

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 08:39:37 +0100
Message-ID: <000c01bfa452$43122780$0b8e75c2@laptop.cableinet.net>


Regards,
Paul Downton
Principal Engineer
Internet Engineering - Telewest/Cable Internet


So, I contacted Paul Downton...


From: Michael Mahoney <support@blueyonder.com>
To: Paul Downton <pmd@cableinet.net>
Cc: pmd@blueyonder.com <pmd@blueyonder.com>
Date: 25 April 2000 08:35
Subject: Re: test


Hi,

I received a copy of this email.
There seems to be some mixup...still.
As principal engineer at Telewest, we find it unlikely that you have
sent email to yourself at blueyonder.com in error.


Mike

support@blueyonder.com


And Paul Responded...


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From: "Paul Downton" <pmd@cableinet.net>

To: <support@blueyonder.com>

Subject: Re: test

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 17:46:36 +0100


great mail.

Er I suspect I sent a test to my blueyonder alias to see if it worked,

Why did you get a copy??

Paul


So... Paul admits that he was using our BLUEYONDER.COM
as an email alias for himself.
If anyone could make our name work for Telewest, I guess
Paul and his crew would have those skills.

I was to hear from Paul again when he wrote to his cronies
announcing his going away bash, one of whom used our
BLUEYONDER.COM in his email address.



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"Dave Baker (Export House)" <Dave.Baker@telewest.co.uk>,
"Prem Chopra" <PChopra@wkxchg.telewest.co.uk>,
"Brian Rule" <Brian.Rule@telewest.co.uk>,
"Will Palmer (E-mail)" <wpalmer@foundrynet.com>,
"Damian Acklam (E-mail)" <DamianA@Interop.co.uk>,
<mphardy@lucent.com>, <dspillane@lucent.com>,
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<aidan.walton@blueyonder.com>,

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Subject: John Batty & Paul Downton Leaving Drink

Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 11:18:04 +0100
Message-ID: <000001c02c5a$0f0d9100$0b8e75c2@paul.com>

Hi,

As some of you are aware myself and John Batty are departing from Telewest
on Friday the 6th October.

In keeping with tradition we are having a small drink down the Rat and
Parrot from 5:00ish onwards on Friday 6th October.

If you can't make it don't worry as when Simon Brilus leaves we will be
having another drink to toast that sometime Mid-November.

Regards,
Paul Downton and John Batty


We gotten a lot of <aidan.walton@blueyonder.com> junk email

So, all the higher up tech staff take BLUEYONDER.COM email aliases,
and hey... They seem to work just fine!
What's going ON, here? This is theft, isn't it?



Pete Farmer

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Subject: PDCR0171 HSD data caching in South East region

Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000 16:49:27 +0100

Importance: high
X-Priority: 1


Dear All

Please see the attached change request which requires verbal approval asap.

Hard copy will follow shortly.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Regards

<<PDCR0171 - 2.doc>> <<PDCR0171.doc>>

Diane Coleman
Digital Project Administrator
Tel: 01483 251762
Fax: 01483 251501
Email: diane.coleman@telewest.co.uk

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To Pete Farmer and Les Brown from Gary at NetApp


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To: les.brown@telewest.co.uk, garyr@netapp.com, jsutch@chernikeeff.co.uk,
petefarmer@blueyonder.com, derek.wells@telewest.co.uk

Subject: RE: WCCP information
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Les,
I am going to fire this observation of to our tecnical department and find the
current standing on it, maybe you will need the next release of NetCache (
guessing. ) I will do this now, so I will probably not get a reply until tonight
so unless you collect email at the weekend you will probably recieve something
Monday.

Will this be alright ? Or do you need something sooner ? ( I can try but don't
hold your breath )

Regards

Gary


-----Original Message-----
From: Les Brown [mailto:les.brown@telewest.co.uk]
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2000 7:05 PM
To: garyr@netapp.com; jsutch@chernikeeff.co.uk;
petefarmer@blueyonder.com; derek.wells@telewest.co.uk
Subject: WCCP information



Gary,

With the Data Network Rationalisation Project that Telewest are progressing on
and the need to use WCCP2 on devices in the Hub sites in the regions we still
have an outstanding query on the Nettapps cache servers where they say they
only support 16 devices.

In looking at the literature it states that it will support 32 devices but with
testing that was carried out it only supports 16 devices. With this in mind it
makes things complicated as we have to look at enabling WCCP2 on the aggregated
devices of the Cisco 7500 routers that we have, which we have to upgrade to
Version 12.07(T) to support WCCP2.

As an example in the SE Basildon Area we have 25 UBR's which need to be enabled
for WCCP2, but because of the limitation of 16 devices of the Netapps server
the aggregate routers Cisco 7500 of Southend, Chelmsford, Tilbury and Maidstone
plus the 8 UBR's of Gillingham and 5 UBR's of Basildon gives us a Total Devices
of 17. (Basildon and Gillingham have GSR 12008's)
We will select one of the UBR's so that no caching takes place as an interim
measure and we are going to implement design changes to the network when the
ATM STM1 card is available for the Foundry switch so that all Internet Traffic
goes through the Foundry and will get cached automatically, but this card is
not available until September.

Can you check on the Device capacity of the Netapps Servers and get back to me
as you will see from the attached spreadsheet that we are going to have bigger
problems when we visit the NW and Scotland which are scheduled for August.

regards
Les


Les Brown
Project Manager
Network Projects
Tel:01274 828569 Mob:0378 342526
les.brown@telewest.co.uk

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From: "Les Brown" <les.brown@telewest.co.uk>

Subject: Data Network Rationalisation Project Review
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Andy,

To enable the Data Network Rationalisation project to keep on track outlined
below is a list of items that need to be completed.

1. Verification that the NetApps server at Basildon has been upgraded to
Version 4.1 Rev.4 Pete Farmer

2. Limitations of the NetApps Server of 16 Devices (instead of 32), check
this with Gary Reeves Les Brown

3. Because of the limitation above and the number of Devices (UBR's and
7500's) in the SE, we need to upgrade the IOS version of the 7500's to a
Version 12 (outlined in John Sutch's email) that enables WCCP and choose a UBR
in Gillingham or Basildon that will not be Cached. John Sutch, Derek Wells &
Mark Sykes

4. The PVC from Basildon and Telehouse has been provisioned and the IP
address has been configured on the GSR at Basildon awaiting Simon to configure
the GSR at Telehouse and test IP ping connectivity between the GSR's. Simon
Brilus, John Sutch & Mark Sykes

5. Complete the work to resolve the issues for the provisioning of the
PVC's to enable a FIF for the BPX IPWAN Network. Simon is submitting a CR to
progress on the changes required, this is dependant on Corporate agreeing to
the outage window.
Simon Brilus

6. Detail the changes that need to be implemented on the Foundry and BLN.
Simon Brilus

7. Baseline monitor of BLN interface to the CBX Ascend switch. A baseline
has been completed of the BPX interfaces at Basildon and Telehouse. Simon
Brilus, Paul Downton

8. Submit a CR for the changes to take place when all the above issues has
been resolved. This requires a 3 day Window and needs to be agreed with
everyone before we can proceed. We need to agree on the Method statement of the
process i.e.
Upgrade IOS software Version on 7500's in the SE
Enable WCCP from the UBR's and 7500's to the NetApps cache Server
Test Caching from a UBR
Configure the Foundry, BLN and GSR's for IBGP and EBGP
RAS Dial up migration
Check the Routing Tables and Access Lists
Les Brown & Mark Sykes to Submit CR and ALL to agree on Method Statement

9. Monitor the Interfaces again and compare from the Baselines.

regards

Les


Les Brown
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Network Projects
Tel:01274 828569 Mob:0378 342526
les.brown@telewest.co.uk

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Subject: IP Addresses for South East Rgion
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Peter,

As discussed attached are the IP addresses for the SE Region and what is required.

regards
Les

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Subject: Telewest NetApps Caching Strategy

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Pete,

We are putting a document together as part of the DNR project which
incorporates the Caching Strategy and we have made a statement of:

"The Caching Strategy is that all Internet bound traffic regardless of source
will be engineered to pass through the Foundry Switch at each POP, hence by
default all Internet Traffic will be cached."

Do we have a Caching Policy of what is actually cached?

regards
Les


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Then there's Telewest's webmaster Alex Brown using BLUEYONDER.COM
Here in October 2002.

Alex and his staff also took a liking to using our BLUYONDER.CO.UK
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Alex,

I've just been speaking with one of my SE's and something came up that might
be of real interest to you, particularly if you consider the question of
"just how well will these guys perform"? We have been offered three weeks
of testing at HP's test suite in ValBon in France - how about if we used
some of that time to test some live configurations for Blueyonder, together
with AV and SPAM. It could be set up in a couple of weeks and prove our
belief that our software is indeed Carrier Grade!

In addition, I can confirm that we do indeed have some more 'consumer based'
ISP's using our software (including the new SPAM service!), and very
successfully. Having checked, there are some that I am not allowed to
mention, and others that would need you to sign an NDA with us! Are you
able to do that?

I look forward to hearing back from you.

Regards

Dave

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From: Roy kirton <Roy.Kirton@cableinet.co.uk>

To: alex_brown@bluyonder.co.uk

Subject: blueyonder website

Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 15:56:13 +0100
Organization: Dudley Radio Car Club
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Hi Alex
I hope this gets through and I hope you can help me with my problem
I have telephoned Technicalon 0845 711 441 and feel that once again I
have been fobbed off the problem is iI help run a radio controlled
model car club for mainly youngsters although we do have all age
groups attend from time to time,It was suggested that we ought to have
a web site to keep members informed and help attract new members
I suffered sa stroke last year and am not able to work so to help
pass the time away and help me get my mind back on track I have logged
on to cableinet ,and decided to use Frontpage 2000 to build a web site
for the club. i was quite pleased with it as my first attempt , but I
do need to make alterations on a regular basis ie: date time and venue
of club meetings however after i have done the alterations and try to
publish the pages I get error messages the latest being "cannot find a
web server at www.rkld17604.pwp.blueyonder on port 80
please checkyour server nameis valid and your proxy settings are set
correctly.If you are surethat everything iscorrectthe server may be
temporally out of service but according to Technical everthing is ok
sorry to go on but i am really getting frustrated
all of my settings are the same as when i first published
roy kirton

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From: "Roy Reed" <roy.reed@telewest.co.uk>

Subject: Option 4 DSL: Contact Details & RADIUS issue........

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All,
Contact details requested by Nigel (Crewe) for all involved in DSL Option 4
RADIUS issues:

Nigel Crewe: 07771 702722
Fergal Butler: 07768 157408
Alex Ball: 07771 568952
Alan Lion: 07799 773607
Roy Reed: 07831 770385

I have also attached a very basic project plan (MSoft Project '98),
illustrating the immediate tasks I have identified for Network Services to
realise readiness for the launch of DSL Option 4 for Croydon (100 customers) -
only.

I am sure you will all have your own thoughts on these, however if we can
achieve these, I am confident we will be ready for BT when the Central Router
is delivered (currently stated as 16th-30th Oct). That would at least mean
Network's have delivered against targets! It would be nice to achieve 06/10/00
or prior?

Please note tasks 17-21 are processes that will be delivered later in the
project if we have National Roll Out of Option 4, they are included for
illustration only. Dates are not realistic, until I have more understanding of
time-scales.

Fergal, could you advise whether you will still be involved at this late
juncture, now that your role has changed. If not, do we have an identified
representative/sub'.

Regards,
_______________________________
Roy Reed,
Projects Manager - Network Services,
Telewest Communications,
Tel:0114 2494605
Fax:0114 2494454
Mobile:07831 770385
EMail: roy.reed@telewest.co.uk
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Subject: Project Plan for Option 4 DSL - Croydon (RADIUS)

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All,
Please find attached, Project Plan for the RADIUS changes required at Knowsley
and Basildon and the additional work tasks we identified during our Liverpool
meeting. Please note that tasks 26-35 are for Network Services as separate
elements to this project, so do not get concerned over these.

I will endeavour to write the meeting minutes - including actions - later
today, but currently have a lot on. Please review this plan and ring me for
comment. I will speak to you all on the conference Alan has arranged tomorrow
(12:00-13:30).

Alex, I am aware you may be unable to open the document, if so I will Fax it or
whatever is most suitable. How's the UTP cabling at Croydon and has BT
commenced install yet?

Regards,
___________________________________________
Roy Reed,
Projects Manager - Network Services,
Telewest Communications,
Tel:0114 2494605
Fax:0114 2494454
Mobile:07831 770385
EMail: roy.reed@telewest.co.uk
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