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In the wrong? July 14, 2005 6:07 am

Posted by djuggler in : Daily Life
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So, on a different philosophical question, I now wonder if it was wrong of me to post the reply to an email I sent. This will require some thinking. At the time of posting I thought it only fair that since people saw the initial message that they also see the reply. The reply had additional information which justified the actions of 3GuysHosting. South Knox Bubba posted entire exchanges between SKB and Brian Conley. Enron email became public. But are these types of publications out of bounds? Can email not be sent with the assumption that the world is going to read it? If I sent a letter by postal mail the same thing could happen. The recipient could publish the letter in a newspaper or produce copies and distribute them.

Too much thinking before coffee. Time to brew!

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