2 posts • joined 23 Dec 2008
"exempts . . . service providers . . . as long as they remove it quickly once notified that it breaks the law" seems very worrying. How does the provider know something which it might take days in court to establish or refute? Is the provider expected to take a precautionary approach and suppress free speech?
Victim of corruption
Thanks to The Register, I sent off my letter yesterday to the local chief constable. I had my DNA and fingerprints taken after being arrested by dishonest and corrupt police, evidently at the behest of an ex-policeman who had assaulted me twice and subjected me to harassment for more than five years. A copy of the text of the letter is available at the end of a page on Sussex Police: www.ggm11.plus.com/police.htm
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