A website claiming to have developed a technique to reveal which contestants will be voted off American Idol has quit posting its predictions after receiving a cease and desist letter from Idol producers Fremantle Media. The unidentified operator of the site, DialIdol.com, said that he has "virtually no resources at my disposal to 'fight' this Goliath." However, he added in a message posted on the website on Thursday, he has been "swamped" with messages of support and is looking for a "brave affordable lawyer" to take on Idol's producers. Contacted by the Los Angeles Times blog, Channel Island, Eric Green, a spokesman for the producers, said, "Fremantle has no comment on this."
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