1997-06-01 - Re: Rotenberg as the Uber Enemy

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From: ichudov@algebra.com (Igor Chudov @ home)
To: kent@songbird.com (Kent Crispin)
Message Hash: 74cad4702b70689f7ac19c18c500ed0301041d5b316286291afa860c06aec0d6
Message ID: <199706011918.OAA10829@manifold.algebra.com>
Reply To: <19970601114728.28561@bywater.songbird.com>
UTC Datetime: 1997-06-01 19:31:13 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 2 Jun 1997 03:31:13 +0800

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From: ichudov@algebra.com (Igor Chudov @ home)
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 1997 03:31:13 +0800
To: kent@songbird.com (Kent Crispin)
Subject: Re: Rotenberg as the Uber Enemy
In-Reply-To: <19970601114728.28561@bywater.songbird.com>
Message-ID: <199706011918.OAA10829@manifold.algebra.com>
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Kent Crispin wrote:
> On Sat, May 31, 1997 at 04:20:55PM -0500, Dr.Dimitri Vulis KOTM wrote:
> > This law is unenforceable.  If you want to rent porn videos and you have
> > some brains (the two may be mutually exclusive...) you'd pay cash and
> > make the transaction totally anonymous.
> > 
> > Should there also be a law against grocers keeping track of who's buying what?
> Brain fade, Dimitri.  Anybody who allowed anonymous rental of videos
> would be out of business shortly as their stock would never be
> returned.

Kent, the rental shops may ask for a collateral that is returned when
the renter brings the videos back.

	- Igor.