IS99 Lecture 5 Real-Time
(8 messages total)
testing message (10/7/99 4:08:05 PM, in-room, #550)
this is a test
Test (10/7/99 4:23:33 PM, in-room, #551)
Is this working?
(10/7/99 4:27:57 PM, in-room, #552)
I feel sorry for Zeran but I do not want AOL/compuserve/etc. to become the Internet Censor
(10/7/99 4:31:03 PM, in-room, #553)
if we have anonimous freedom of speech right in the real world, why should not we have it in the virtual world
An example of transition gullibility (10/7/99 4:50:08 PM, in-room, #554)
How many of us have received urgent emails which turn out to be "Urban Legends?"
Hijacking? (10/7/99 4:52:22 PM, in-room, #555)
Hey wait a minute ... how can we be hijacking the Internet when we (i.e. Americans) invented it in the first place?
(10/7/99 4:59:49 PM, in-room, #556)
anonimity is useful for the political debate, for certain groups such as resistance against an authoritarian government. it is a nice tool against retaliation for your political ideology.
(10/7/99 5:19:51 PM, in-room, #557)
How to regulate the Internet at an international level? Have there been any proposals?
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