Newsgroups: news.admin.misc, comp.org.eff.talk
From: m...@eff.org (Stanton McCandlish)
Date: 13 Dec 1993 22:15:04 -0500
Local: Mon, Dec 13 1993 10:15 pm
Subject: Re: A prime example of why anonymous posting with no "outing" is a bad idea
Why on earth was this being x-posted to news.admin.misc? ANYWAY:
In article <1993Dec13.235803.1...@ns.network.com>,
Martin Schafer <scha...@raistlan.network.com> wrote:In a pig's eye. I'd feel ethically obligated to tell them to go soak
>In article <2ebosd$...@Mercury.mcs.com> k...@MCS.COM (Karl Denninger) writes:
>>However, if that same student committed the act in China, and beamed the
their heads, but probably not in those exact words. To respond to the
post at hand now:
>I think that you are putting an excessive value on a morallity of processNot to be nitpicky, but it doesn't do to confuse ethics with morals, but
that's another flamewar entirely...
>I believe that I am ethically obligated to not obey laws that IYou betcha. It never ceases to amaze me how many people have been blinded
>feel are unjust, and that I am ethically obligated to assist others (at
>least passively) when they are breaking unjust laws. In this case I
>think justice lies with the student, and I would certainly not comply
>with any warrant to reveal his identity.
by propaganda to the extent that they think breaking something that's been
slapped with the label "law" is somehow an act of wrongdoing just because
some fat old rich guys [mostly; I know, I know, there are exceptions]
somewhere who call themselves "government" said it's wrong.
Glad to see you aren't one of these people.
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