>>> On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, ccostelloe at flogas.ie wrote:
>> > Rubbish. This issue is about privacy after you receive an email. It
> > is the same as sending a letter to the Irish Times marked private &
> > confidential: the Irish Times can read it, but you can pursue a case
> > against them if they sunsequently publish it.
>> Um... if the Irish Times had a public archive of all letters sent to it,
> and stated that they "didn't do" private and confidential?
That gave me a laugh at myself: I really picked the wrong example :)
While it appears that some newspapers may not "do" privacy (and before I get sued, I do not imply that the Irish Times is in that camp), you cannot decide not to "do" privacy (or respect copyright), at least in Ireland :)
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