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From: Dave Anderson (davedaveanderson.com)
Date: Wed Aug 29 2007 - 10:07:14 CDT
On Wed, 29 Aug 2007, Lars Hansson wrote:
>> But, as I understand the issue, this is _not_ part of his specified
>> punishment -- it's just a side-effect of the manner in which the
>> government wants to impose a portion of his punishment.
>If he don't like it he could always take the alternative; going to jail.
>All things considered, being forced to run Windows for a few months
>isn't all that big a sacrifice when the alternative is sharing cell
>> You appear to be arguing that someone convicted of a crime should lose
>> rights under the law beyond those which the law specifies as being taken
>> away. Is this a correct inference?
>I don't think think running Linux is a basic human right.
This looks remarkably like a "yes" answer to my question.
We've gotten pretty far off-topic, so I'm going to stop polluting this