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>From: "Stuart Goold" <sgoold {AT} csserv.demon.co.uk>
>Date: Sat, 27 May 2000 11:08:44 +0100
>
>Dear Colleague,

drink in the name of the people + the multitude shall crown you.


>I am writing to you as the Secretary General of CECUA and attach one of the
>latest NewsFlashes for your information which I hope will be of interest.

albeit inaccurate.


>CECUA, the Confederation of European Computer User Associations has been
>representing computer users in over 11 European Member States for over
>twenty years. 

nonsense.




>CECUA has published a draft Bill of Rights for Citizens in the Global
>Information Society. 


may i have addtl humanitarian assistance svp.



>Is Protection for the consumer enough?
>
>There can be no doubt that many citizens' concerns focus on consumer issues
>and that increasingly robust consumer legislation and global enforcement is
>essential to preserve confidence by the general public. It only by ensuring
>that transactions are secure and consumers privacy is protected that global
>eCommerce will  thrive and expand. Interested partners in eCommerce,
>dominated by suppliers and government,  are now working to provide suitable
>technical and legal frameworks.
>
>However, consumer protection does not (and cannot) go far enough. 


may i have addtl humanitarian assistance svp.



>Take, for example, the example of privacy. Have you heard about "cookies"?
>Do you know what they are and what can be done with them? Well they are
>small programmes 


this is a mistake. `cookies` aren't programmes.


>which are loaded by third parties on your computer. 


this is a mistake. `cookies aren't loaded by 3rd parties.



>They
>are usually useful and harmless. 

model citizens typically are.



>But not always. They can remember your
>password every time you log into a restricted service over the Internet, 


if only you could do so as effortlessly.



>so
>you don't have to type it in every time. Useful, isn't it! 


your intelligence = decolat hence you beget one cookie.




>The way forward - a Bill of Rights for Citizens in the Global information
>Society


monsieur `cookie`  - the Bill of Rights for Citizens in the 
Global information Society is simply a way to increase the bill of those 
citizenz who sufficiently gullible to ingest your `cookie` are.



>The voice of the citizen is not very loud or effective! 

cest toi = 01 citizen paz moi.



>Major global multi
>national organisations are very effectively and efficiently organising
>themselves for a global market without frontiers - but then they have the
>money!!



monsieur `cookie`  - the Bill of Rights for Citizens in the 
Global information Society is simply a way to increase the bill of those 
citizenz who sufficiently gullible to ingest your `cookie` are.



>What can you do?

smile at yet another 
inkompetent male konglomerat + click send +?



>How can you contact us?

us +? What can you do?


>Please send e-mail to the President: Jon.Thorhallsson {AT} CECUA.org or Secretary
>General:  Stuart.Goold {AT} CECUA.org


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