[LINK] Crimenet Site
Mon, 5 Jun 2000 12:43:31 +1000 (EST)
IIRC a precedent was established in the UK about a year ago which
dissociated the location of the server from the location of its
Mind you, if Schulz is found to be in contempt of court for re-publishing
already published material, then where does that place the media who
published in the first instance and libraries, etc. who archive that
published material. Surely they are as equally in contempt.
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On Mon, 5 Jun 2000, Rick Welykochy wrote:
> Presume that the Victorian Court finds Crimenet (or its owner)
> in contempt, and the owner moves the site offshore.
> Would any legal beagles like to comment on the effectivesnes of
> such a ploy? Surely the contempt still exists in the eyes of the court,
> since the owner stills resides and conducts his business in
> Australia. The physical location of the server would seem to
> be of little consequence when the larger issue of ownership
> of the publication and intention of the owner are concerned.
> Or will it take yet another precedent-setting case to establish
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