1994-06-10 - Re: Crime and punishment in cyberspace - 3 of 3

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From: jamesd@netcom.com (James A. Donald)
To: diseased@panix.com (Edward Hirsch)
Message Hash: 362a713d7cfb61cfc78e412b7bd2f509835b638dd54b2b302627e22fca4957c2
Message ID: <199406101425.HAA07044@netcom.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-06-10 14:25:09 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 10 Jun 94 07:25:09 PDT

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From: jamesd@netcom.com (James A. Donald)
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 94 07:25:09 PDT
To: diseased@panix.com (Edward Hirsch)
Subject: Re: Crime and punishment in cyberspace - 3 of 3
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Edward Hirsch writes
> Well, that's one view of rights.  However, most attempts to base so 
> called natural rights (i.e. rights that are somehow intrinsic to human 
> existence) have been largely unsuccesful.  It's a tough argument to make.

Not so: In some matters it is a very easy to make.

While I am very interested in this topic, we have drifted away from
direct relevance to the cypherpunks mailing list.

My WWW page is primarily about this and related matters.  I urge those
interested in this topic to access


For example if you have a text interface to the internet o
you could type

lynx ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/jamesd/index.html

If you have a graphical interface to the internet you could type

mosaic ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/jamesd/index.html

We have the right to defend ourselves and our    |
property, because of the kind of animals that we |         James A. Donald
are.  True law derives from this right, not from |
the arbitrary power of the omnipotent state.     |         jamesd@netcom.com