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Re: "scanning" e-mail [WAS: 3 Free Gmail invites]
On Aug 19, 2004, at 2:24 PM, Robert Bonomi wrote:
This is not at all clear to me, and has been argued differently by different people - including more than one JD.I can post it publicly,You _cannot_ legally do that. copyright infringement.You own the 'artifact' that is the message, the 'intellectual propertyput it into a search engine, or deleted it, and you have no say in the matter. Might not be polite, but it certainly it not illegal. Don't like it, don't send me e-mail. (Please. :)
I also know several companies / people who post e-mail publicly. Hell, NANOG has public, searchable archives. Does that mean Merit is violating the law?
Either way, the argument stands just fine if you remove the "post it publicly" part.