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From: dad (23.243.111.171)
Subject:         Re: Global legal implications of on-line medical advice.
Date: December 10, 2013 at 3:31 pm PST

In Reply to: Global legal implications of on-line medical advice. posted by Bronwyn on December 9, 2013 at 8:06 pm:

Bronwyn - You wrote ďthe law applies wherever the
statement is readĒ. Not really. Itís against the law
to deny the Holocaust in many European countries.
Many of these countries are US allies. And of course
itís perfectly legal to deny the Holocaust in the US
because of the first amendment. And much of the
Holocaust denial literature originates in the United
States. Has the US ever extradited someone to Europe
because they violated that countryís law against
Holocaust denial by posting something on the internet
from US soil? Nope. This is inconceivable. These
European countries will prosecute violators on their
soil, but they canít do it elsewhere. And countries
who want to censor what their citizens read on the
internet that originates from other places only have
one option: to block the websites like North Korea and
China do.

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