SkArcher on 15 Jul 2003 20:38:01 -0000

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Re: RE: [Spoon-business] RE: RE: [spoon-discuss] Proto-prop: Aes Sedai

15/07/2003 21:05:05, "Craig" <ragnarok@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>>>Since the difference between laws and rules is solely in who makes them
>>>what the penalties are for breaking them, I think we can get away with
>>>I propose:
>>>For the purposes of B Nomic, those rules collectively known as the United
>>>States Code are repealed.
>>-Code of what? And can we kill the Patriot Act while we're at it?-
>The US Code is a single document of incredible length that contains all of
>our law (except for the constitution and the equally-important
>precedent-setting court cases). Various pieces of legislation amend it. It
>is, in essence, the ruleset of the United States. By repealing the US Code,
>we lose *all* of American law, including both copyrights and the Patriot


as a resident of the United Kingdoms of England, Wales, Scotland and Ulster, I would like to point out that copyright infringement is legally considered to have 
taken place in the country where the material is perused, not the location of origin or publication.


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