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Friday, 20 June 2008

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Mrs McMac hopes to find a clause about wi-fi in the Magna Carta before Google buy it.

The Women's Institute are considering whether or not to take legal action after one of their members, Fiona McMac, was approached by lawyers for The Internet & IT Generally demanding she hand over her nickname of Wi-Fi.

"The first I knew about it was when I got a comment on my web site asking if I would pose nude for their calendar. I really had no idea there was such thing as an internet, let alone technology" said Mrs McMac's husband Donald. "We don't normally get much in the way of corporate wrangling in the village so it caused quite a stir down at the Fuschia Club AGM. Personally I've got no opinion really".

Mrs McMac stands to lose anything up to 30 trillion US dollars, money she claims she would never be able to get hold of despite living in a rural idyll. "What chance would I have?" she asks, "They closed the Post Office months ago".

Internet & IT Generally lawyer Bill Ver.2.0 said, "When she is forced to hand over her nickname it will represent a victory for the hard-pressed multinational conglomerates who have a history of being disadvantaged by so-called 'little people'. It's simply not fair that they have the monopoly on common sense and all the other stuff we'll be going after".

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