Freehdom Isn`t Freeh

Mats Bergstrom matsb at
Tue Mar 1 10:57:06 PST 1994

> New York Times, Monday, February 28, 1994
> Business Day
> By John Markoff

> A version of the legislation was first proposed in 1991 by the Bush
> Administration at the urging of the Justice Department.  But unlike that
> version, the new bill would limit the surveillance to public networks and
> not include company phone systems --- private branch exchanges, or PBXs
> --- or private corporate computer networks.

This is not fair! But couldn't a network provider hire all it's users for 
1 dollar a year and deduct the employees' communications expenses from 
their salaries (making the net salary negative) thus keeping the network 
corporate and private?


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