wild at eff.org
Thu Jul 19 23:50:47 PDT 2001
A well-worded petition could be helpful... let's be
careful to select the right recipient and the right
For example, should the recipient be Adobe or
the US Attorney's office?
It probably goes without saying that an email
petition is a poor idea... I am assuming you are
referring to a web-based one, yes?
Online Activist / Media Relations
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Electronic Frontier Foundation - Protecting rights in the digital age
At 10:42 PM 7/19/2001 -0600, Emerson wrote:
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>Is there a petition letter anywhere? I'm willing to have one put up
>on packetstorm, and if one doens't exist, would someone care to write
>one we could put up?
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