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Re: Siegel and Lewis
> As I understand it, the government owns a portion of the internet. What
Yes. And through my work's upcoming link, so will they. So what?
> they want to regulate about that is their business. What I want to know
On their own networks, surely.
> is how can they regulate what private business and citizen's do with
> there Fiber Optic's, ISDN lines, telephone lines, and computers. If the
They already do - look at the regulations on telcos, power companies,
water companies, cellular/paging companies, lawyers, doctors, etc.
> government was to ban anything on the net, it would shurly seem to me to
> be in violation of the first ammenment. Things like pirated software,
An interesting point. Any legal views from someone more versed in the
law than I?
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