Content Blocking Report
Sat, 08 Aug 1998 23:54:14 +1000
At 22:28 7/08/98 +1000, Robin Whittle wrote:
>As a privacy advocate, I wouldn't advocate such identifying
>procedures without a lot more thought. On the other hand, if people
>are so stupid, in my view, to be spending their money on gambling -
>then they are not at the top of my list for my efforts at protecting
First they came for the hackers. But I never did anything
illegal with my computer, so I didn't speak up.
Then they came for the pornographers. But I thought there was
too much smut on the Internet anyway, so I didn't speak up.
Then they came for the anonymous remailers. But a lot of nasty
stuff gets sent from anon.penet.fi, so I didn't speak up.
Then they came for the cryptographers. But I could never
figure out how to work PGP anyway, so I didn't speak up.
Then they came for the gamblers. But I thought people who
gambled were stupid, so I didn't speak up.
Then they came for me. And by that time
there was no one left to speak up.
- with apologies to Pastor Martin Niemoller