- Subject: Re: Freenet
- From: Roy Schestowitz <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 05:29:07 +0100
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- Organization: schestowitz.com / Manchester University
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Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> "Mikkel Møldrup-Lakjer" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse
>> > Do you reckon that Microsoft and Google can follow suit?
>> > Some embarrassing stuff is up there on the Web. I bet Brin predicted
>> > very little with regards to his future when he put a dress on and put
>> > it in his Stanford U. academic page.
>> What about the legal issues concerning putting those photos on your site?
>> There are lots of photos that i would love to put on my site, I if
> I have a good solution for that. Post it, but do so on freenet.
> Freenet's anonymous nature enables you to post anything you want
> without need to be concerned about 'legal issues' as long as
> what you post does not provide clues to your identity.
But who is behind freenetproject.org? Like archive.org, they could get in
trouble and face forced closure. The users then gets his/her links broken.