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Re: Dyson on anonymity (in WSJ article on our challenge to GA net law)

I'm glad to see that Ms. Dyson has come around to our way of
Stanton McCandlish wrote:
> FYI:
> [...]
>    Esther Dyson, president of high-tech publisher EDventure
>    Holdings Inc. and chairwoman of the Electronic Frontier
>    Foundation, a high-tech civil liberties organization that
>    is a co-plaintiff in the lawsuit, calls the Georgia law
>    "brain-damaged and unenforceable," and adds: "How are they
>    going to stop people from using fake names? Anonymity
>    shouldn't be a crime. Committing crimes should be a crime."
> [...]
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