spam whore, norcal-systems.net
pceasy at norfolk.infi.net
Thu Feb 4 03:20:23 UTC 1999
At 14:12 2/3/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Unless of course the publicity is that Verio can't be trusted to keep
>private information private. Or that the publicity is that Verio thinks it
>can use any private information that passes through it to its own ends.
Oh, please. What is so private about "150 packets went from
184.108.40.206 to 456.456.456.456"? That's a mighty long way from
"According to their email, Jim is cheating on his wife with Sally!"
WHY do you keep floating this strawman at EVERY POSSIBLE opportunity?
Hire a damn lobbyist and get your law passed, nobody but you thinks the
current law applies.
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