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Creationist Cults

Date: 14 Jun 2002 10:40:30
From: "Fredric L. Rice" <frice@SkepticTank.ORG>
To: "Webmaster"
Sub: DMCA

At 12:31 PM 14/06/2002 -0500, you wrote:

>> I'm also familiar with DMCA, sure.

> Probably alot more than I am.

<laughing!> Oh man and how! I've been on the Scientology front lines since 1994 and I must have seen something like 50 DMCA complaints get sent to activists around the world in that time -- many to people who aren't Americans and who fall outside of American jurisdiction. Scientology seems to think that everyone's an American subject to the DMCA. }:-}

> Have a good one.

I'll take two.


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