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From Niclas Hedhman <>
Subject Re: Harmony Podlling Quarterly Report
Date Mon, 01 Aug 2005 05:31:32 GMT
On Monday 01 August 2005 04:44, Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> On 7/31/05, Niclas Hedhman <> wrote:
> > Or is USA so much different from the rest of the world, where "in good
> > faith", "intent of the law", "reasonable" and "common sense" still have
> > legal meaning?
> You didn't read Groklaw in the last three years, didn't you? :-)

Talking about Not on a daily basis... Got better things to do 

> Btw, what's the meaning of these words in the rest of the world,
> thinking of legal cases like
> (

Not sure what you are referring to here. AFAIK, Freedom of Speech in Germany 
have had the "nazi restriction" in the legal system since "Zero Hour", making 
references to (neo)nazism in most forms a crime.
So, IMHO, this is a 'stupid law' (as I think it only fuel the fire) but it 
exists, is fairly explicit and have had political agenda for a long time. 
AFAIK, there are similar laws in France.

> Nutzwerk vs. FFII (

Hard to get an idea of what this is all about, and can't really make a 
comment. FFII says that they are "harassed" by Nutzwerk, and won 2 
litigations, and a 3rd in progress. And that Nutzwerk tries to exploit the 
above law, to shut FFII down. But I may have misinterpreted the situation.
Not sure what "lack of common sense" or similar you are referring to.


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