[amsat-bb] Re: It's NOT Censorship

Peter Scheller nh6vb at msn.com
Fri Jan 15 13:52:11 PST 2010

Right on Clint. Bad behavior used to get you a spanking as a kid. Since things have changed now,

some (now) grown ups have missed out on etiquette.

Peter NH6VB  
> From: clintbrad4d at earthlink.net
> Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 12:15:59 -0800
> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: It's NOT Censorship
> >> ... Censorship in any form without external control is unacceptable ... 
> AMSAT is not "censoring" anyone. In America, only the government is not allowed to "censor" folks. You know, that First Amendment thingie:
> "Congress shall make no law respecting ... abridging the freedom of speech ... "
> This messagegroup - and millions of others - is a private party. NOT government-run nor sponsored. We're mere visitors entering and using it, and we have to abide by its rules - else we go elsewhere. Like guests in your home, there's an expected set of rules for behavior, and AMSAT just laid them out in black and white.
> Similar to a Web site's "user service agreement" - a concept and device I've been using for my sites' visitors for over twenty years. A properly-drafted user service agreement spells out what I promise to you as the Web site owner, and what I expect from you as a visitor. Kinda like shaking hands before you peruse my sites.
> Clint Bradford, K6LCS
> http://www.k6lcs.com
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