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Subject:Commercialization is not democrac From:David Blyth <dblyth -at- QUALCOMM -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 11 Nov 1995 13:16:15 -0700
John Gear says....
>If we want the freedom to communicate about things that wealthy people might
>not like--and if we want to bring *everyone* into the discussion, not just
>people who can afford high power machines--then we have to resist
>commercialization of the net.
Not that I necessarily disagree - but how do you propose to pay for bringing
everyone onto the net? Technical communication costs money.
David (The Man) Blyth
The usual disclaimers apply - I don't speak for QUALCOMM, they don't speak