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Re: Lexis and Privacy - Bill approaches.



Stop sending me messages like this. This is getting annoying.

--TCM


At 10:13 PM 9/25/96, [email protected] wrote:
>Did you know this company is using your email address as part of
>an unlawful email bomb?
>
>I would advise you to write to them at [email protected]
>and [email protected] and advise them to stop
>using your email address for this type of activity.
>
>It is illegal to use a invalid return email address.  If this continues, I
>will
>be forced to prosecute the return email address - which they are
>making to look like you.
>
>Below is the letter that I received in my email box
>=================================================
>
>In a message dated 96-09-25 15:12:13 EDT, you write:
>
>>Subj:  Re: Lexis and Privacy - Bill approaches.
>>Date:  96-09-25 15:12:13 EDT
>>From:  [email protected] (Declan McCullagh)
>>Sender:        [email protected]
>>To:    [email protected] (Black Unicorn)
>>CC:    [email protected]
>>
>>This would be good if the bills were written well and thoughtfully.
>>Unfortunately, they explicitly extend executive branch regulatory
>>jurisdiction to the Net. At least the one I read did; I understand there
>>are multiple versions.
>>
>>-Declan
>>
>>
>>On Tue, 24 Sep 1996, Black Unicorn wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Pressure from the FTC Which fielded hundreds of complaints about Lexis and
>>> the social security number scrap) has prompted members of the Banking
>>> Committee to add provisions to the most recent spending bills which
>>> protect personal information (including social security numbers, phone
>>> numbers, addresses, and so forth) under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
>>> This limits access to this information to credit agencies and otherwise
>>> authorized entities.  (Of which I assume Lexis is not one).
>>>
>>> It's not great protection, but it's something.
>>>
>>> I urge everyone to take their own measures to protect personal data
>>> regardless of what some piece of paper on a library shelf says is
>>> protected.  The only real protection is not to allow release of the data
>>> in the first place.
>>>
>>> --
>>> I hate lightning - finger for public key - Vote Monarchist
>>> [email protected]
>>>
>>
>>
>>// [email protected] // I do not represent the EFF // [email protected] //
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>>Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 05:06:38 -0700 (PDT)
>>From: Declan McCullagh <[email protected]>
>>To: Black Unicorn <[email protected]>
>>Cc: [email protected]
>>Subject: Re: Lexis and Privacy - Bill approaches.
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--
[This Bible excerpt awaiting review under the U.S. Communications Decency
Act of 1996]
And then Lot said, "I have some mighty fine young virgin daughters. Why
don't you boys just come on in and fuck them right here in my house - I'll
just watch!"....Later, up in the mountains, the younger daughter said:
"Dad's getting old. I say we should fuck him before he's too old to fuck."
So the two daughters got him drunk and screwed him all that night. Sure
enough, Dad got them pregnant, and had an incestuous bastard son....Onan
really hated the idea of doing his brother's wife and getting her pregnant
while his brother got all the credit, so he pulled out before he
came....Remember, it's not a good idea to have sex with your sister, your
brother, your parents, your pet dog, or the farm animals, unless of course
God tells you to. [excerpts from the Old Testament, Modern Vernacular
Translation, TCM, 1996]