European law (was: Re: Dear Fedora Community, what do you want?)
Fons van der Beek
fons at so-o.nl
Sun Jun 6 06:20:05 UTC 2004
I'am filing for a new patent:
when replying a mail on a mailing list, reply on top of the previous
message, so when reading
one can see newest posts first.........tis saves a lot of time.
may this be worth something, or is this just logical thinking and
my two cents....
----- Original Message -----
From: "Laurence Orchard" <laurence at orchards.org.uk>
To: <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie>; "For users of Fedora Core releases"
<fedora-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2004 2:02 AM
Subject: Re: European law (was: Re: Dear Fedora Community, what do you
> On Sat, 2004-06-05 at 17:01, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > Rui Miguel Seabra wrote:
> > >> However, I am not convinced that the original poster's statement
> > >> "laws recently approved in the EU that allow one to see his house
> > >> by private police without a warrant on alledged [sic] violations of
> > >> copyright" is accurate and objective.
> > >
> > > I'm reffering precisely to what you just noticed. And yes, they're
> > > accurate and objective. You can (and probably should) take a look at
> > > directive. It is broad enough to allow that, and as you noticed, that
> > > happens in the UK and the USA.
> > While I am opposed to software patents,
> > I believe you are grossly exaggerating the threat to civil liberties.
> > First of all, the EU does not make laws.
> > It issues directives to individual states.
> > This directive does not require states to create a "private police"
> > with the right to enter houses without a warrant.
> > Which "private police" force is entitled
> > to enter houses without a warrant in the UK?
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