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Re: cat flames >/dev/nullEric Conrad (econradbu.edu)
Mon, 10 Oct 1994 16:17:33 -0400 (EDT)
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> Sysops are held responsible for the data stored on their machines. > I do not want illegal copies of other peoples credit/access info > on my system for any length of time, even in the mail spool. I'm tired of this argument. Do any of your machines receive news? Do any of your users receive internet mail? There are just 2 pathways for 'illegal' information to enter your systems. There is no stopping it: even some sort of censoring scheme would require temporary spooling. There is an implied risk in connecting to the internet. This is one of them. If you're not willing to accept this risk, unplug your routers. ...Eric