[NetBehaviour] the end of the internet?

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Fri Feb 10 16:44:55 CET 2006

Hi Claudia,

Well- we already know about how American companies are trying to supress 
many sites under that pseudo infringement called 'Patriot Act'. And then 
you've got the Americam Administration trying to look at people's 
hard-drives, and tap people's phone calls, and it goes on and on...

It wouldn't surprise me, if they soon make it illegal for one to fart 
without some kind of (stupid) licence, designed specifically for motion 
of 'an unauthorized explosion' within a built up area...DUCK & DIVE!!!

These people who want to limit you and I and others via lists and the 
Internet are killing our world and need to be thwarted, they are ugly, 
and they are empty-inside.

Sorry about the rant by the way.


> would this be true?
> claudia
> we lass="Apple-style-span" color="#0000FF" face="Arial" size="2">this 
> is the typical deal that'll go under the radar until it's bye-bye for 
> the internet as we've known it...
> just like FCC sh!t in recent years, it's serious bad news... the few 
> out-takes I pasted show
> some of the ugly future.
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