LazyTown stands stronger than ever. The company's relatives are big-hearted and seem to have every reason to be optimistic about the business in the coming years. "We have just become part of the Turner group, which in turn is part of Time Warner. Those agreements were finalized late 2011, and the purpose, among other things, to bring on board an owner who has the right distribution channels," say...
Many have become aware of the great secrecy that has surrounded LazyTown’s operations. Media access to the operation has been very limited, employees have had to sign all kinds of statements to say nothing about what is going on indoors, photography is forbidden in the area, etc.
People are clearly very worried about what will happen to the e-mail sent from LazyTown when the legal issue that accompanies each e-mail sent can be identified:
“This e-mail and its attachments may contain confidential information and are only intended for those to whom it is addressed. If you are not the right recipient, it is requested that you maintain the utmost confidentiality and secrecy, do not read, register, copy or use the e-mail or its attachments in any way, as you are obliged according to Art. Paragraph 2 Article 44, cf. 57.gr. Act no. 107/199 on electronic communications. You are also requested to notify the sender of receipt of the email as soon as possible, by resending the email or by independent email.”
Finally, it is requested that you delete this email, its attachments and copies if any.
“The content of the e-mail and attachments is the responsibility of the sender if it is not related to the activities of Latibær ehf.
Thanks in advance”
Then the question is whether the law has not been broken with the publication of this great statement of LazyTown.