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Re: SPL -- Suspicious Persons List

On Thu, 12 Sep 1996, Hallam-Baker wrote:

> Timothy C. May wrote:
> > Digitaltronics Corporation V.P of Human Relations: "Joe, thanks for coming
> > in this morning. I'm sure you're busy, so I'll make this as short as
> > possible. OK with you?"
> > Joseph Shlubsky, Programmer: "Uh, sure." <nervously>
> Yeah, thats why we Europeans have labour laws that prevent
> Digitaltronics
> from doing any such thing without getting sued from here to eternity.
> Pity you guys missed out on the idea of trades unions and think that
> employment is some kind of serfdom in which you loose all your rights
> the 
> day you sign up. If you hadn't sold your government to the cooprorations
> a while back you might have got out of the middle ages.
> I suspect that even under the weak as dishwater employment laws that
> you have in the US would provide ample opportunity to file a
> countersuit.

     Right now. But consider: If Joe _worked_ for the federal government in 
*certain* areas, or a government contractor in *certain* areas, this could 

> When that type of thing happens, they don't give the reason, they do
> it behind closed doors. How do you fight that?

     Work for the competition, or start your own company. 

Petro, Christopher C.
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