New list on International Technology Law developments
Wed, 15 Oct 1997 15:08:00 -0700 (MST)
May be of interest to link and efa members.
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Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 01:51:14 +0000
From: "William S. Galkin" <email@example.com>
Subject: Your help
Dear Computer Law Observer list members:
Several months ago, I notified you that the CLO would be expanding to
cover international legal developments affecting technology. I am now
pleased to inform you that the International CLO will begin in November
1997, and will consist of a monthly message containing summaries of
important developments. Current members of the CLO do not need to
resubscribe to receive this additional service.
I would greatly appreciate your assistance in promoting this important
new free service. We have selected qualified attorneys in more than 20
countries and regions to supply the summaries. You can find a list of
the current Editorial Board at: http://www.lawcircle.com/ICLO.html .
Below is a description of the new service that you can use for posting
on any lists, newsgroups, or websites, or for forwarding to others,
where you think appropriate. Your help in promoting this new service
will be greatly appreciated and will assist us in providing high quality
Free monthly coverage of International Technology Law Developments
The International Computer Law Observer is a new FREE e-mail service
which provides monthly coverage of international law developments
relating to computers, technology and the Internet. (Current members of
the Computer Law Observer list will automatically receive this service.)
An Editorial Board of more that 30 attorneys in 20 countries and regions
has been assembled to provide the coverage. This Editorial Board will be
expanding to include additional countries as well. A current listing of
the Editors can be found at http://www.lawcircle.com/ICLO.html .
TO SUBSCRIBE to the International Computer Law Observer, simply send an
e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words
"subscribe lawobserver" (without the quotation marks) typed into the
message area. After subscribing, you will receive a message requesting
that you confirm your subscription. You will need to reply "ok" (without
the quotation marks) to this message to confirm your subscription.