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Re: You shady bastards.
From: "Dude VanWinkle" <dudevanwinkle () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 14:31:44 -0400

On 6/6/07, Larry Seltzer <Larry () larryseltzer com> wrote:
Why would this be offensive? It's a company address. Someone might send
e-mail containing company business to the address.

Would you feel the same way if it was a voicemail left on his machine?
What about a postal letter addressed to the person?

All are means of communication, although vastly differing laws pertain
to each. I have always found this confusing. Why should the method I
use to convey personal messages be treated with such amazing leaps in
the levels of expected privacy?

Snail mail, (PSTN/GSM/mostVOIP)telephone calls, and emails are all
sent unencrypted (unless you consider the envelope a form of
encryption) IMO if you disagree with the companies rights to
open/listen to one form of communication, you should disagree with the
all of them.

-JP<who thinks its not only in bad taste, but shiesty to boot>

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