Re: Theos-World To Eldon B Tucker
Nov 06, 2001 12:08 PM
by Steve Stubbs
Very interesting. What are the e-books and where may
they be found?
Also, how did the case of The United States versus
Chuck the Terrible (2001) come out?
--- Drpsionic@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 11/6/01 10:54:54 AM Central
> Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << Based on the above I have to make you
> responsible for any damages
> that occur during the period that these messages
> are vissible to
> third partys.
> In defense of Eldon, I should make it clear that US
> First Amendment law
> protects unmoderated mailing lists and their owners
> from most legal action
> which does not involve copyright and US courts will
> not enforce any foreign
> judgement that is in conflict with First Amendment
> law. This has been the
> practice particularly in response to attempts to use
> UK libel laws against
> postings originating in the US and in light of Reno
> v. Aclu (1998) which
> clearly extended the full range of First Amendment
> protection to the internet
> there is no chance of any such foreign judgement
> being recognized by the US
> Chuck the Heretic (who has to know such things
> because several of his e-books
> are in total violation of several European nations
> domestic laws)
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