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 === Tolerated Use === === Tolerated Use ===
  
-The plaintiffs disputed Peters'​ claim that given his "​extensive history with CBS," he believed he was "​operating within the tolerated realm of Star Trek fan faction," and that he "​reached out to CBS on multiple occasions in an effort to seek guidelines about the production."​((Answer of Defendants … to Plaintiffs'​ First Amended Complaint; Counterclaim for Declaratory Relief; Demand for Jury Trial, p. 20 ¶18, 5/23/16.)) Instead, they stated:+The plaintiffs disputed Peters'​ claim that given his "​extensive history with CBS," he believed he was "​operating within the tolerated realm of Star Trek fan fiction," and that he "​reached out to CBS on multiple occasions in an effort to seek guidelines about the production."​((Answer of Defendants … to Plaintiffs'​ First Amended Complaint; Counterclaim for Declaratory Relief; Demand for Jury Trial, p. 20 ¶18, 5/23/16.)) Instead, they stated:
  
 > [The plaintiffs] deny that Defendant Alec Peters “reached out to CBS” on multiple occasions, admit that Defendant Alec Peters spoke to [[[CBS officials]]] Bill Burke and to John Van Citters, but state that Mr. Peters was never given permission to use Star Trek Copyrighted Works, nor was he provided with “guidelines” regarding ways in which he could use Plaintiffs’ intellectual property for his Star Trek film projects, for either commercial or non-commercial use, nor was he told that his use of such Star Trek Copyrighted Works would be tolerated.((Paramount Pictures Corp. and CBS Studios Inc.'s Answer to Counterclaim,​ p. 3 ¶18, 6/15/16.)) > [The plaintiffs] deny that Defendant Alec Peters “reached out to CBS” on multiple occasions, admit that Defendant Alec Peters spoke to [[[CBS officials]]] Bill Burke and to John Van Citters, but state that Mr. Peters was never given permission to use Star Trek Copyrighted Works, nor was he provided with “guidelines” regarding ways in which he could use Plaintiffs’ intellectual property for his Star Trek film projects, for either commercial or non-commercial use, nor was he told that his use of such Star Trek Copyrighted Works would be tolerated.((Paramount Pictures Corp. and CBS Studios Inc.'s Answer to Counterclaim,​ p. 3 ¶18, 6/15/16.))