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Your original post was relevant to tech writing because of the law's
implications to internet media, but posting a message with the hint of
politics to this group is like tossing raw meat into a shark tank. It is
not your fault that people lack the discipline required to keep the thread
on-topic or move the thread to the chat list. So you really do not need to
The politicos who ran with the thread without moving it to chat [TECHWR-L
Community Chat (Off-topic) <techwr-l-chat -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>] should really
apologize, but that would waste bandwidth. I think the polite thing to do
for everyone interested in a political debate would be carry this discussion
> Hi All,
> I'd like to apologize for starting a topic that I should have known
> would not stick to the question, i.e., could it impact
> Internet and our
> I truly wanted to take a closer look at the implications at the
> professional level.