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[email protected] (Lefty) says,
lef> and then treats us to what he purports to be Mr. Nalbandian's phone number
lef> and address.
lef> Whoever you are, nobody, you're a hypocrite and a coward.
Well, it wasn't me, but in any event I dispute this. The use of anonymous
remailers does not make one a coward, any more than the use of a pseudonym
does (or is your given name "Lefty")?
As for the privacy aspect, I believe it may serve the interests of those
who desire privacy to point out privacy lapses. Not all the time, but
sometimes you have to say, "the emperor has no clothes".
For example, would you object to this:
[email protected] = Eric Robison <[email protected]>
[email protected] = Derek M. Harkins <[email protected]> *
[email protected] = Joe Baptista <[email protected]>
The anonymous remailer is not so anonymous, is it? Should I have kept
the information to myself, or am I right to publicize it?
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