[ExI] are we publishing?
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Fri May 24 23:09:47 UTC 2019
So now for the notion of freedom of the press to apply, apparently it
requires a printing press, which Assange never used. Only the internet.
Has that been adjudicated? Or do you think that case will decide that?
After all, if burning a flag can be looked upon as free speech, surely
internet stuff is the press. We need to re-write our Constitution, esp.
about privacy. bill w
On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 5:37 PM <spike at rainier66.com> wrote:
> Julian Assange is being charged in the USA of publishing classified
> information. By extension, anyone who posts stuff to any public venue,
> such as this one, could be charged in the USA of publishing classified
> information if we find out (perhaps after the fact) the nature of the
> So now for the notion of freedom of the press to apply, apparently it
> requires a printing press, which Assange never used. Only the internet.
> This is a bad thing.
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