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Re: <nettime> toward a global view of civil rights and academic freedom
Bill Spornitz on Mon, 26 Jul 2004 04:15:41 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> toward a global view of civil rights and academic freedom


Is the use of the all-caps style in the following traditional, 
functional, semiotical, historical, fuel-injected...?

just wondering, please be gentle
-b

->?Why-must-it be: difficult-to?read?.


>BEHOLD RECENT NEWS OF OTHER INTELLECTUALS, ARTISTS AND
>ACTIVISTS WHOSE CIVIL RIGHTS ARE SYSTEMATICALLY
>VIOLATED IN THE US AND ELSEWHERE.IN THE HOPES THAT
>SOME HERE MIGHT CONSIDER ADOPTING A BROADER, GLOBAL
>APPROACH TO DEFENDING CIVIL RIGHTS AND EVEN INSTITUTE
>A PERMANENT MECHANISMS FOR MONITORING AND RESPONDING
>TO THE EXCESSES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST ALL
>CULTURAL INTERVENTIONISTS, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THEY
>ARE CALL THEMSELVES TACTICAL MEDIA PRACTIONERS OR ARE
>PART OF THE ALT.NET CADRE.
>
>CF
 <...>

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