1997-10-26 - Re: Doubts about Smith legislation (Falk & Allberry)

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From: “Igor Chudov @ home” <ichudov@www.video-collage.com>
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
Message Hash: b765f29fa3b527e14f64ab0eb28482463213e14548d7fb85fb05ad573b56d343
Message ID: <199710260135.BAA18431@manifold.algebra.com>
Reply To: <62ttli$n0m@camel15.mindspring.com>
UTC Datetime: 1997-10-26 01:39:18 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 09:39:18 +0800

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From: "Igor Chudov @ home" <ichudov@www.video-collage.com>
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 09:39:18 +0800
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
Subject: Re: Doubts about Smith legislation  (Falk & Allberry)
In-Reply-To: <62ttli$n0m@camel15.mindspring.com>
Message-ID: <199710260135.BAA18431@manifold.algebra.com>
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In news.groups, Cipher <cipher@mindspring.com> wrote:
* In article <62oshu$pov@news1.panix.com> Information Security,
* The@NSA.sucks writes:
* >To further rub in things, the UCENET II proponents are coming
* >out with a "munging FAQ" that lists three times as many
* >"reasons" not to munge versus to munge.
* >
* >What a bunch of assholes.
* >
* >On top of that, Mozena couldn't even state in plain English
* >in the CFV for comp.org.cauce that it will require your
* >real email address to post...it just kinda mumbles it
* >while talking about robomoderation and tokens.
* >
* >Someone should give Mozena a hard kick in the balls.

Let us give the anti-privacy, anti-munging, and anti-anonymity
proponents a collective kick in the ass by voting against
comp.org.cauce in its present form.

To get a ballot and vote, send email to
bostwick@cas.chemistry.gatech.edu and ask him for comp.org.cauce ballot.

	- Igor.