ridiculous misreadings of laws

Howard Goldstein hgoldste at bbs.mpcs.com
Fri Jan 23 01:02:10 UTC 1998

Dean Anderson writes:

 > >If anyone still cares, 18 USC 2510 defines the term, and it means a
 > >phone company, not an ISP.  Enough already.
 > Well, like I said, if it doesn't apply to you, don't worry.  I didn't make
 > the laws, and I am not a prosecutor.  

Umm that's obvious.  If you were you'd be aware that this

 > Then from Websters Dictionary, "intercept" means:

is completely irrelevant since the meaning of "intercept" is printed
in black and white in the act itself.

The subject header is most appropriate, as is the "enough already"

(Mandatory disclaimer: IANYL)

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