Re: Newsgroup posting

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by oj, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. oj

    oj Guest

    > > > My post seem to disappear after a week, is there a way to make them
    > > > permanent?
    > > > TIA
    > > > J

    > >
    > > You can answer to all of the messages, and look in your sent folder.
    > >
    > > Google archives, but archiving actually violates civil rights as messages discuss
    > > topics of private intersts. A usenet group is like a net street of people interested
    > > in a subject, and archiving discussions should not be allowed. Technologically
    > > its feasable, but its practically illegal. Google archives but for how long can
    > > their civil rights violation continue? Think of Ceaucescu's street cameras.

    >
    > Actually the proper term for archiving messages of private interests is piracy.
    > Google is a piracy oriented company, check out their latest project for
    > putting all books in the world on the net for free, without checking for
    > copyright. What if someone just put all movies on the net for free? I'd love
    > it. But movie companies wouldn't allow that. Google just takes what it finds,
    > and puts it on the net, be it usenet or books, but in reality that act is called
    > piracy. In the meantime feel free to pirate usenet messages for indefinite
    > times with Google.


    Ok, so the answer is: it is unlikely that your third party newsreader will
    have a special feature for you to archive messages locally, based on this
    "general common sense" which only Google ignores.
    oj, Oct 31, 2005
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