Stuart Sherwood wrote:
> I believe there is no "right to access services". 
> Any such aberration of 'rights' that necessarily 
> violates the legitimate rights of others is 
> destructive to our liberty.

I agree. There is no such thing as the "right" to force someone else to
do anything. In a proper society rights exist precisely to prevent the
initiation of physical force in social relationships. 

As this is more political philosophy than web standards, and a
passionate topic for many, I'll post my thoughts later at rather than here. I also think a proper case can't be
made (on either side) in email soundbites -- but maybe that's just me.
I've heard arguments on the other side but would be happy to hear more,
if you have the inclination please send thoughts/objections/hate mail to

Thanks, over and out.


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