cj#467> 15Feb96 Tidbits


Richard Moore

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 1996
Sender: Free Speech <•••@••.•••>
Subject: China White heroin crimes

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Date: Mon, 12 Feb 1996
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Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996
Sender: •••@••.••• (Kathleen Geathers)
Subject: Re: cj#462> 10Feb96 Tidbits

rkm wrote:
>In such a scenario, which I happen to believe is inevitable, the Internet
>has the potential to provide a formidable tool for organization and
>"command and control".  CDA -- if the courts sustain it -- makes any
>Internet forum vulnerable to selective prosecution and shutdown.  This
>gives the government a handy way to shut down any net activity that becomes
>politically troublesome.

Richard, I hope that you're mistaken about being shut dow. I agree that
we are seeing a strong wave of fascism, but I hope that your entries will be
left in tact. They're very interesting and illuminating.

Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996
Sender: Eric Loeb <•••@••.•••>
Subject: optimization and policy

A while back I promised to write up a slide show on
the role of constrained optimization in public policy.

It's at

and any feedback would be welcome. The interesting point,
I think, is that an optimization view of policy makes it
clear that lobbying groups are needed to play an important
part in the process.


Eric Loeb

Date: Wed, 14 Feb 1996
Sender: sandman <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Parental advisory

     Greetings all! I'm working on my own little homegrown 'zine and my
next issue features censorship issues. What i'm looking for is a list of
albums that do NOT have the "Parental Advisory" sticker wich contain
"bad" words or describe graphic sexual acts or violence. Any help would
be appreciated.
     Take care all, and thanks for your time.

[Please address replies directly (and only) to sender.  -rkm]


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