Mark Fallon stated the following on Thu, May 11, 2000 at 04:03:27PM +0100 :
> Recently there was a case in England where an ISP was found
> responsible for comments posted on their service, (the comments
> where considered slanderous of the person filing suit).
That case never went to court, demon wimped and settled.
> There has also been similar cases in Germany.
Germans have tried to extradite people from other EU coutries for
running usenet servers that german internet users could access.
> If the document got posted to ILUG would Microsoft have any
> legal grounds to have it removed from the online mail archive?
Doubt it, Irish laws on this stuff are pretty decent,
big problem is could we afford to fund the defence against bills army of
I guess, I relate more to a satanic chicken and an over sexed
goat more than tech support people :)
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