[Foundation-l] Abuse filter

Finn Rindahl finnrindwiki at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 19:09:49 UTC 2009

This issue has been discussed at rather great lenght at Wikipedia in
Norwegian (bokmål) and the mailinglist admin-wikipedia-no. I haven't yet
seen anyone who agrees with Johns interpretation that logging of attempts to
save (publish) blocked by an abusefilter is against Norwegian law.

Finn Rindahl

2009/3/27 Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton at gmail.com>

> 2009/3/27 Mark Williamson <node.ue at gmail.com>:
> > And what is "every other countries"? I'm not a lawyer, but even if you
> > are, have you done a legal study of all the countries on earth,
> > because there are a lot.
> He said "every" not "any". "that is not legal in every other
> countries" (assuming that last word was intended to be singular) means
> there is at least one country where it is not legal. "that is not
> legal in any other country" would mean there were no countries where
> is was legal. People using "every" and "any" incorrectly is a pet hate
> of mine, but he got it right!
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