Newsgroups: sci.physics, sci.physics.electromag, sci.math, sci.chem
From: Timothy Sutter <a202...@lycos.com>
Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2012 21:17:22 -0500
Local: Sun, Nov 4 2012 9:17 pm
Subject: Re: "And that's all I have to say about that."
Archimedes Plutonium wrote:yeah, you are being abusively harassed by the very tool googlegroups
> Timothy Sutter wrote:
> > so, if anyone is breaking a "law" here,
> > it's the netcops who are in the wrong.
> > no, i'm not against law and order
> > and things of that nature.
> > i have respect for police
> > i have no respect for bogus net cops.
> > "And that's all I have to say about that."
> Hi Tim, thanks for posting that information.
> My computers have no means of reaching into Google of where they have
> my posts tagged and marked as abuse and their voting system to censor
> my posts. I cannot change those Google hidden posts.
> But I did want to remark on legal issues. If you look at Drexel's Math
> Forum, those folks are keen to distinguish the newsgroup sci.math from
> Usenet and the sci.math they display because they call it
> sci.math.independent. To alert a viewer or reader that although they
> use sci.math of Usenet, it is not the same as sci.math of Usenet.
set in place to, presumably, prevent instances of so-called 'net abuse'
and your sci.physics,sci.physics.electromag,sci.math,sci.chem
meaning, if you search for "plutonium.archime...@gmail.com"
you get nothing, and i can see that you have made posts
what you may want to try, is adding a
which is ever so slightly different from this;
and then complain to google that you have
they may not listen to you
but, ...who knows...
i know it may not be the way you want it, but
altering your email address should get you past
and then, you can alter it again later.
this is more than just an individual 'killfile'
you have been singled out for a global killfile of sorts.
try altering your email address.
> Here is the gripe I have of Google. They altered sci.math and
> sci.physics.electromag and sci.physics and sci.chem and sci.logic so
> much by allowing voting and hiding of posts, that I believe Google has
> broken a legal law of denying my freedom of speech since Google calls
> their altered newsgroups by their old name of sci.physics.electromag.
> If Google had changed the name to Google.sci.physics.electromag and
> But I do not think Google owns sci.physics.electromag, for I think
> Google has to do something with the name just like what Drexel did
> This is important, because if Google continues down the path of what
> Perhaps Google does not make as much money off of newsgroups as other
> Archimedes Plutonium
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