1994-02-01 - Re: Archiving mail-lists…

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From: Jason Zions <jazz@hal.com>
To: “Alan (Miburi-san) Wexelblat” <wex@media.mit.edu>
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Reply To: <9402011731.AA09417@media.mit.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1994-02-01 17:45:28 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 1 Feb 94 09:45:28 PST

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From: Jason Zions <jazz@hal.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 94 09:45:28 PST
To: "Alan (Miburi-san) Wexelblat" <wex@media.mit.edu>
Subject: Re: Archiving mail-lists...
In-Reply-To: <9402011731.AA09417@media.mit.edu>
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>> Are you arguing that email is not concrete?
>Ayup.  If it was, we wouldn't need digital signatures on clear-text msgs,

Not the point; "concrete" does not mean immutable. If it did, then things
written in pencil, or eraseable ink, or created in mutable media (videotape,
audio tape, ...) would not be copyrightable either.