Re: [ga] GA-REVIEW & Other Mailing Lists
Both of you are right but in your brutality you are both wrong. Joanna I am a
proud US citizen yet my views on privacy make yours pale in comparison. You chose
to make this an American versus UK issue you will lose. Please do not smack my
conutrymen in order to gain points. You do not represent a position against me as
I and every representative of my country is the US position. I am not offended but
I will be shortly!
Patrick Greenwell wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Joanna Lane wrote:
> > As a British citizen, I find myself advocating an EU position, pitted
> > against the US position, represented by William Walsh. This has certainly
> > increased my understanding about how US citizens have become conditioned to
> > accept intrusion into their private lives, something that is not accepted so
> > readily by the rest of the world.
> Joanne, with all due respect, I don't believe it is fair to generalize the
> position of an entire country based on the opinions of one individual.
> Further, Britian has enacted some of the most intrusive legislation
> related to the Internet that exists, the Regulation of Investigatory
> Powers, which among other things gives British authorities the right
> to intercept ALL Internet traffic as well as force individuals to turn
> over encryption keys WITHOUT a warrant. I'd hardly call Britain a model of
> Patrick Greenwell
> Earth is a single point of failure.
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