serious problem with your way of dealing with my personal right on informational self-determination
soul at lavabit.com
Sun Jun 7 23:42:40 CEST 2009
Who really cares? The guy was/is an ass, lets not waste anymore ppls
time/bw with this idiotic case of "I'm right, your wrong"... please.
On Sun, 7 Jun 2009 16:26:34 +0200
Dennis Heuer <dh at triple-media.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Jun 2009 00:20:56 +0200
> Christian Dywan <christian at twotoasts.de> wrote:
> ah, actually someone who can argue. however, i must disagree in two
> first, in cases of licenses and contracts the general rule (and advice
> of your own lawyer, if you ask him) is to be short, clear and strict.
> you should only state your position and not provoke a discussion at
> all. in germany, you even *have to* explicitly provide a disclaimer
> to your contract partner because otherwise he is allowed, by law, to
> use your personal data for commercial purposes. because people like
> here on the mailinglist rather like to discuss and to put their egos
> upfront, it is better to make very clear the issue and that there is
> no choice provided. otherwise the discussion will loose ground or one
> is ignored right away. so is reality (and specifically the free source
> *community*.) and, because personal self-determination is purely about
> rights (judicial guarantees), my case is to be discussed by that -
> especially because the xfce project already broke this rights and
> ignores this problem intentionally (and like in a kindergarden). i
> have to make clear that i'm not begging for mercy or understanding but
> am demanding my rights back.
> second, there is "online law" in form of international or
> internationally comparable law. my issue falls under both. there is
> agreement on it via the UNO negociations and via the western laws.
> just to mention it...
> dennis heuer
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