Just wondering if any legal beagles can give an opinion on this.
Here's the situation.
1) A contact forwards an email to me from a company we are both customers of and are having ongoing issues with... as I wasn't in the recipient list he thought it would be relevant to me... hence forwarded it.
2)The email's content is just some generic info useful to their customers, nothing confidential. There's no client privilege relationship involved.
2) Probably a f**kup from the company, but other recipient's of the email (around 30) are visible in the email header (with email addresses)
3) I'm thinking of emailing these other people to ask if they have the same issues with this company.
Would I be open to legal action from this company?
Their original email disclaimer includes...
"You must not, directly or indirectly, use, disclose, distribute, print, or copy any
part of this message if you are not the intended recipient"
Are these email disclaimers even legally enforceable?