Re: Re: [ga-sys] EU Ministers Split on Unsolicited Email ban
on 6/29/01 12:29 AM, William X. Walsh at email@example.com wrote:
> I don't think there is more concern about privacy in EU, to be clear.
> I think the entire thing is a dog and pony show for the EU parliament
> to assert itself in some way on an "easy" topic to try and get
> concessions from the US, and thus more "legitimize" themselves.
> Don't bother trying to convince me otherwise, Joanna :) I respect we
> disagree on this, and if you want to post to the list to dispute my
> assessment, for others, by all means do, but if the only reason is to
> convince me otherwise, save the bytes :)
You think the European Commission needs the US to be legitimate? Very funny.
Didn't the US lose its seat recently on the UN Council, while the Europeans
retained their place? A little knowledge is a dangerous thing William. You
may be confusing the Euro with other factors and force me to pull rank on
this topic. I live under the laws and regulations of the United States of
America, but I have a say in how Europe is run through my vote in European
Elections. My tip of the day is to hire an experienced advisor who has a
thorough knowledge and understanding of European concerns, or never expand
your business overseas.
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