Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Web Users Own the Method of Presentation, Not Publishers
Author: Rogers Cadenhead Posted: 9/28/1999; 10:46:37 AM Topic: Windows apps on Linux: the real reason Msg #: 11537 (In response to 11532) Prev/Next: 11536 / 11538
If any Third Voice users are tuned in, check out Rogers' home page. See the little boy? Want to have sex with him? ... I wonder if Rogers would object to your comments on his site? After all, he doesn't own the presentation.
I would certainly object -- no one should desire to have sex with me at any age, and if you need reasons I'll post a current photograph or ask my wife to participate in this discussion.
I don't own the distasteful comments of a Third Voice user any more than I own the tacky comment you just made here. They are hosted on servers I do not control and published by other people.
If Third Voice becomes the forum of choice for chatty pedophiles, I'll certainly recommend against using the plug-in the same way I recommend against public AOL chatrooms.
I won't, though, object on the grounds that Third Voice has no right to offer public annotation in the context of my Web site to users who opt to see it.
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- Re: Web Users Own the Method of Presentation, Not Publishers, Dave Winer, 9/28/1999; 10:56:09 AM
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