From: AJ McKee (aj at domain nevermindthebollox.com)
Date: Tue 16 Oct 2001 - 10:26:14 IST
It is very proabal that net freedom will become very hard under the current
atmosphere. The Governments are going to rely on the negitave side of the net
for their war on terror campaign and justification of the restriction of the
rights of the individual.
On Tuesday 16 October 2001 5:20 am, Richard Eibrand wrote:
> Hello all,
> I came across this article the other day, and it struck me as a little odd.
> 20ASSETS&Path=/newspaper/ireland/2001/1013/north6.htm .
> It is not that I condone the any terrorist activity or any such thing,
> but is it just me, or it is the FBI flexing its muscles a bit too much.
> Could the same thing happen here in Ireland? As in, who regulates the type
> of material that ISP's are allowed to hold? Finally, what is the current
> standpoint on the "Freedom of Speech of the internet", is it very
> subjective to each country...
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