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Re: Java & Netscape security [NOISE]
Joseph Malcolm <[email protected]> writes:
> Dimitri Vulis writes:
> >[email protected] (Mike McNally) writes:
> >> Frederick B. Cohen writes:
> >> > This is baloney. When you work for Netscape or Sun and speak about you
> >> > company's products, you are representing the company whether you
> >> > disclaim it or not.
> >> Baloney.
> >Fred is right. I used to work for Goldman Sachs & their internet usage polic
> >stated that when you write to Internet or Usenet from a GS account, it will
> >reflect on the firm no matter how you disclaim it.
> Dr. Cohen is I believe maintaining it doesn't matter where you write
> from. Note that the Sun employee's message that sparked this was sent
> from a Netcom account.
If that's what Dr. Fred said, then I strongly disagree. (Sorry, I haven't
been following what Dr. Fred said very closely. Can you blame me? :)
Btw, Goldman has a very reasonable Internet use policy that encourages
employees to get accounts on commercial internet providers.
Btw^2, didn't Sun fire someone a couple of years ago for posting a homophobic
joke to Usenet?
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