Re: Porn using Cu-Seeme

Brian O'Shea (boshea@wpine.com)
Tue, 05 Mar 1996 10:35:29 -0500


>If there are those out there that want to do the kinds of things this =
>article was complaining about on public reflectors and the reflector =
>admins don't want to let others see that, then TAKE THE G@#(()#( =
>D((#)#_@( reflector offline and rue the very day you put it up.

Who do you think you are? God's gift to the internet?

What makes you think you have the right to do whatever you want, regardless of
the wishes of those that took the time, effort and $$$$$ to give you a place
to play with your CU-SeeMe application. If the reflector says G Rated, and
you don't like it, then GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!!!!!! It's THERE decision, not
YOURS because it's THERE reflector, THERE time and THERE money that makes it
accessible to the internet. To ignore THERE wishes for your own selfish
reasons is just plain RUDE.

If you connect to a G Reflector, you know it's a G reflector, and you violate
those wishes, then you are just a jerk, and you deserve to be denied access to
that, and any other public reflector out there. And maybe have your IP
address advertised on this list as someone who violated the wishes of those
administering the reflector.

There are plenty of reflectors where you can do anything you want, so why do
you have to go somewhere where it's not welcome and think you can do whatever
you want?

I say again, who do you think you are?

Geeze, some people...

-bos

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