OT: Disclaimers

Ed Suominen general@eepatents.com
Fri Jul 5 08:13:02 2002

>Message: 9
>Subject: Re: PGP 7.0.5 and GPG
>To: gnupg-users@gnupg.org (GnuPG users)
>Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 22:41:41 +0200 (MET DST)
>From: Johan Wevers <johanw@vulcan.xs4all.nl>
>Ricardo SIGNES wrote:
>>I would imagine that, as there is no notice to explain how to read it, and
>>it isn't described as a MIME type or attachment, it would have little
>>bearing in court.  Legal notices need to be marked and legible.  Scribing
>>them in Linear-A on the inside of screwholes isn't binding.
>Scribing them in 20-point capitals on the frontpage isn't binding either.
>Not as long as the other party does not sign it. Otherwise I'll add a note
>that anyone reading this should pay me me 1000 euro. :-)

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I see these things *all the time* on discussion groups pertaining to my 
business. It's kind of comical, in a way, kind of like the "Don't brush 
your teeth with this chain saw" notices you see all over stuff in my 
litigation-happy country.


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