On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 10:29:47 -0400, Bagotronix Tech Support
wrote:
>It seems to me the EU solution shifts most of the costs of
>enforcement onto
>the ISPs.  They have to pay for the archival storage to comply
>with the law.
>The U.S. solution puts the costs of storage on the government.
>So I guess
>the U.S. solution is better, perhaps?  Or maybe not better, just
>less bad?

Either way the end user pays for a solution that sounds nice but,
as you described, just serves to hassle the innocent and doesn't
address the real problem.

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems


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