UMich student arrested for rape story
Roy M. Silvernail
roy at cybrspc.mn.org
Sun Feb 12 23:24:08 PST 1995
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
In list.cypherpunks, L. Futplex McCarthy writes:
> It appears to me that people on the left are choosing (wrongly, IMHO) to
> interpret a work of fiction as a threat, and proceed from there. I imagine
> that people on the right don't see the work of fiction as a threat to her,
> but simply want to ban fictional works they dislike anyway.
Given the current "regulate the Internet" frenzy we're seeing almost
everywhere, couldn't this be an example of grabbing a scapegoat? I see
this whole deal as opportunistic, especially since the alleged victim of
the "threat" appeared unaware that the "threat" had even been made.
Roy M. Silvernail -- roy at cybrspc.mn.org
perl -e '$x = 1/20; print "Just my \$$x! (adjusted for inflation)\n"'
"What do you mean, you've never been to Alpha Centauri?"
-- Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
More information about the cypherpunks-legacy