OT Re: [oclug] [canadian internet concerns] [SNIP]long post (you've
ptimusk at sympatico.ca
Tue Mar 8 13:25:12 EST 2005
Ultimately the rules and answers should belong to the users of the net not
the lawyers and business interests.
While it is useful and entertaining to read people like Michael Geist or L
Lessig. or even some unmeantioned Grateful Dead lyrisist talk about the
Internet and its uses, it is really us the users who need to decide these
it is great that you wrote him a letter. I wish I wrote to him more too.
Peter Timusk B.Math Just trying to stay linear
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From: "Peter T." <ptimusk at sympatico.ca>
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> But Michael Geist has never been poor. I know cause I asked him based on
> his file sharing and copyright positions.
> Peter Timusk B.Math Just trying to stay linear
> www.crystalcomputing.net >blog>logbook.crystalcomputing.net
> www.webpagex.org >blog>notebook.webpagex.org
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> From: "Bill Strosberg" <bill at strosberg.com>
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> Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 10:27 AM
> Subject: [oclug] [canadian internet concerns] long post (you've been
>> I wrote this to lawyer Michael Geist in response to an article he wrote
>> in the National Post. He is the same person quoted in the Pravda (whoops
>> I mean the Toronto Star) article referred to by Mike Soulier.
>> Michael Geist lives here in Ottawa, and he "gets" technology quite well.
>> He teaches Internet law at OttawaU.
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