Re: [ga] here we go...
Again, none of this has the least little bit to do with the ICANN, or
the DNSO-GA, or any area under its area of interest.
As such it is just more list pollution.
Tuesday, Tuesday, March 12, 2002, 9:34:48 PM, Eric Dierker wrote:
> Oh please forgive me SS,
> But let me respond to this neophyte of political restraint.
> 1. One Gov. dictating use of the net against 99% of all others is bad.
> 2. Restrictions based solely upon the use of the net is bad. (you can do
> this off the net but on it is illegal?)
> 3. Extending Bobby Kennedy's use of the "wire" to stop the gangster's
> sports betting is way wrong.
> 4. Freedom of speech on the net should not me dictated by one conservative
> Republican Rep. out of Virginia.
> Irregardless of ICANN's inneficacy, until the mold is broken Congress or
> whatever group should stay out of regulating our internet.
> What the latest FTC ruling and WIPO should teach us is that government control
> of our net should be confined to common law notions of right and wrong, and
> they should stay the heck out of the business of trying to understand the
> likes of you.
> Peace be upon all of you, let your children rest well in the knowledge that
> you will protect them.
> William X Walsh wrote:
>> Can someone explain to me how this has any relevance to the GA,
>> besides contributing to the list pollution (such as all the alt.root
>> talk on this list the last few days).
>> Tuesday, Tuesday, March 12, 2002, 11:12:21 PM, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:
>> > The Sherrif's in town folks, and things just went from bad
>> > to worse.
>> > House panel approves Net gambling ban...
>> > http://news.com.com/2100-1023-858458.html
>> > Here's a priceless quote from this deeply disturbing
>> > article, make of it what you will:
>> > "This legislation is badly needed because there are a
>> > great many offshore sites that are sucking billions of
>> > dollars from American households," said Rep. Bob
>> > Goodlatte, R-Va., who sponsored the bill."
>> > I suppose the next thing the US Government will ban is
>> > travel abroad for its citizens. It's the logical
>> > conclusion after this absurdity, after all, US tourism
>> > abroad is liable to "suck billions of dollars from
>> > American households"...
>> Best regards,
>> William X Walsh <email@example.com>
>> "There is no better way to exercise the imagination than the study of
>> the law. No artist ever interpreted nature as freely as a lawyer
>> interprets the truth."
>> -- Jean Giradoux
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