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||Tue, December 18, 2001 at 7:57 PM GMT
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||Propaganda and the value of words
You have to look through all the bull* and side issues. My aim is to make people
aware of what the authorities are up to. I do not have fordcar.com type domains that
I wish to blackmail companies into paying for.|
Words are precious - which is why
nobody should have control of them.
The Americans truly understand this, with the
As soon as the authorities put limits on what words you can use
- they abuse your basic human rights.
Can everybody see that?
As for their propaganda:
making statement they are *** protecting intellectual property *** - they are saying
that anybody against them is for stealing intellectual property.
When in actual
fact the opposite is true - the authorities steal from us.
They are the thieves
- they steal our right to use words.
Big Business can steal them later on with
UDRP or even get first pick with Sunrise Period. This is in an open environment -
a gTLD for heavens sake.
If the authorities put as much effort into protecting
our children on the Internet - as they do for corporate trademarks - many of those
problems would be sorted by now.