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Re[2]: Questions and comments

From: Jim Meritt <jmeritt@smtpinet.aspensys.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 96 16:06:08 EST
Message-Id: <9600178219.AA821925360@smtpinet.aspensys.com>
To: www-talk@w3.org
Cc: S.R.E.Turner@statslab.cam.ac.uk
     Actually, what it tells me is that they have information flow control 
     more like corporations than universities, and that they should look 
     there for possibly already configured solutions to their problem.  The 
     firewalls mailing list address such things commonly.
     
     Beats me why folks keep bringing in their own prejudices to a comon p 
     roblem.  A shame they are blocked by their own fears and wind up 
     re-inventing the wheel.  Ah well.....
     
     Jim Meritt


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Subject: Re: Questions and comments
Author:  www-talk@w3.org at SMTPINET
Date:    1/17/96 5:37 AM


Jim Meritt wrote:
->      
-> Doesn't this tell you something?
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-> ___________________________ Reply Separator ______________________________
-> Subject: Questions and comments
-> Author:  www-talk@w3.org at SMTPINET
-> Date:    1/8/96 4:58 PM
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-> We are a religious private college that tries to keep a bit of control of
-> what comes onto campus via the Internet.  We also try to keep a bit of
-> control over who uses it. 
-> 

Erm, like what? That there are still people who believe in morality in an
increasingly amoral society? That not everyone thinks that freedom of speech
is the highest human good? That a private organisation has a right to apply
particular rules to its members?

Somehow, though, I don't think you meant any of those things.

-- 
Stephen R. E. Turner
  Stochastic Networks Group, Statistical Laboratory, University of Cambridge
  e-mail: sret1@cam.ac.uk  WWW: http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/home.html
Received on Wednesday, 17 January 1996 16:09:55 GMT

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