SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Save the internet
Re: [Sigia-l] Save the internet
Goodness! Something that could make life difficult for the whole world
imposed by US commercial interests? What will they think of next? :)
Probably a petition that the whole world is being encouraged to sign
that does not acknowledge that the world exists beyond the USA and
Canada - it is compulsory to select a state in the USA/Canada or be a
member of the armed forces overseas. How hard is it to design a form
that is not exclusively North American?
On 12/20/06, Laura Hunter <laura.hunter_at_vividresources.com> wrote:
> For the consideration of the Sigia-I. It seems consistently a growing issue
> (pardon my pedestrianism) and relevant to the group.
> No clever, thought provoking or controversial closing as yet.
> Laura Hunter
> Vivid Resources
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