Updated: 5/10/2002; 7:52:24 PM

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Friday, May 10, 2002

Declan McCullagh Wired News article on CBDTPA, "What Hollings' Bill Would Do": http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,51275,00.html

7:39:07 PM    

Silicon Valley | 05/10/2002 | Judge Denies Fair Use, Free Speech "Given the lack of public outcry about these shameful laws and rulings, I'm beginning to wonder if very many of you care about your rights. Do you?"


Write your representatives in Congress and complain.  If you live in California, complain loudly to Dianne Feinstein who is on the wrong side on this issue.

4:45:51 PM    

Lance Knobel: "Step away from the horror of the killing and look at Fortuyn's declared policies: halt immigration, integrate existing immigrants, re-erect Dutch border controls, sack 25% of civil servants, reduce Dutch payments to the EU, end the system of consensus politics. This is idiosyncratic, reactionary politics. And however he dressed up his immigration policy, it appealed in part to some of the worst sentiments in the populace. " [via DaveNet]

An interesting counterpoint to the Adam Curry piece.

12:18:52 PM    

Valley of the Geeks - Site Information: "Finally, if you're really a complete geek, you can get an RSS syndicated content news feed of this site at http://www.valleyofthegeeks.com/rss.xml. This will enable you to use NewzCrawler or other tools to automatically get updates every time we post them to the site and view them along side other news channels like Wired, ZDNet and Slashdot. If you don't know about news channels, weblogs and all that, don't worry about it. If you do know, you may want to consider getting out a bit more."
9:29:41 AM    

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