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    Hallmark: We Haven’t Violated Any Of Paris Hilton’s Rights

    Hallmark defended the card as parody, which is normally protected under fair-use law.

    “Some of Hallmark’s new humor greeting cards are parodies of today’s most popular celebrities and politicians,” said Hallmark spokeswoman Julie O’Dell in an e-mailed statement.

    “These cards take a satirical look at news and gossip surrounding these public figures, including Paris Hilton, and we do not believe Hallmark has violated any of Ms. Hilton’s rights,” she said.

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    I think the main problem is that Hallmark used a picture of Paris Hilton saying “That’s Hot.”

    Hint: Paris Hilton gets paid to say “That’s Hot.”

    I personally think that their Paris Hilton cards degrade her image, but the same thing can be said about the lying media and magazines.

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    Comment from Django
    Time: September 8, 2007, 10:39 am

    This is the same Hallmark that thinks it’s okay to make a reference to lovely successful businesswoman Paris being a “skank”! I know that’s not the card they’re being sued for directly, but I don’t see how they could justify such a tasteless biased direct personal attack like that as “satirical”. I hope Paris gets every penny she’s looking for out of them… And more! At least Paris’s achievements and business ventures aren’t based on or reliant on putting other people down or treating anyone as second class citizens.

    Comment from Jen
    Time: September 8, 2007, 7:17 pm

    If someone used Hallmark material without their permission, you can bet their lawyers would be all over them in a minute. I think it’s great that Paris is finally starting to sue some people.

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