1994-02-10 - Re: Oh No! Nazis on the Nets

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From: danisch@ira.uka.de (Hadmut Danisch)
To: pmetzger@lehman.com
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Message ID: <9402102306.AA09283@deathstar.iaks.ira.uka.de>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-02-10 23:10:24 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 10 Feb 94 15:10:24 PST

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From: danisch@ira.uka.de (Hadmut Danisch)
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 94 15:10:24 PST
To: pmetzger@lehman.com
Subject: Re: Oh No! Nazis on the Nets
Message-ID: <9402102306.AA09283@deathstar.iaks.ira.uka.de>
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Perry E. Metzger says:

> In the U.S., it is perfectly lawful for me to print a newspaper
> ANONYMOUSLY, and sell it on streetcorners. Indeed, I may print
> anything I wish anonymously, be it a book, a magazine, or a newspaper.

So? If you find a paper with YOUR face, YOUR name and big 
letters KILL THIS MAN FOR BEING A JEW, would you think
this is okay?

Would you give out PGP for mailing such calls encyphered?

> Do you not have to register your newspaper?

No, we don't. This is not true. Who told you this tale?

Is it "freedom of press" if someone tells american people
that germans would have to register their newspapers?