I get what your saying here, however the actions of an individual within
an organization, would not necessarily reflect the organizations policy.
For example what is someone leaked a document to ILUG either by accident
or on purpose. The legal disclaimer could then pose a problem here. But
again that is the worst case that could possibly happen
I reckon if you want legal clarification check out recent French court
Rulings in relation to Yahoo and Nazi gear for sale, and also a Scottish
case that escapes me at the moment.
For those of you not so interested, just use your head. .
On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 04:54, Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
> While I agree to one extent with the reservations expressed ... I would
> offer ....
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