--- Res <res(a)ausics.net> wrote:
On Thu, 1 May 2008, Tim wrote:
> Sure. The consensus if you want to do something
illegal, use something
> else. There's nothing stopping you from doing so,
and there's plenty of
> "something elses" for you to use.
The definition of illegal is wrongly exampled here.
I know its been a long
time since I bothered reading fedora EULA, but I
must have missed the bit
that said "by use of this software you automatically
submit to the non-
exclusive jurisdiction of the U.S courts and its
laws" if that's in there,
no wonder I'm not using this crud again.
A more appropriate response would have been "if you
want to do something
that is illegal in your country, use something
else", and if unsure,
consult a local lawyer, not a bunch of loonies on
the net who all profess
to be legal experts and think the entire world is
governed by U.S law,
which thankfully, it aint!
I read usenet and lists in pine. But m$ outlook,
thunderbird and gmail
often use html span/whatever for quotes, makes it
hard to tell who said
what, so I dont try. If I ignore you, thats why! Use
a compliant mailer.
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