In message <199712150033 .
net>, you wrote:
>Hi Ron and others,
>> X-Copyright: (c) 1997 Ronald F. Guilmette; All rights reserved.
>>However if anyone is interested in seeing how far my interest can be piqued
>>in this facinating legal question, just try quoting me out of context or
>>twisting my words to make it appear that I have said something that I never
>>intended. Under those circumstances, I may one day decide to suggest to
>>the person doing the mis-quoting of me that what they have done may perhaps
>>be actionable under the copyright laws.
>As for the miss-quotes -- why do you not use a PGP public-key to sign
>your messages? Do you think that would help you be able to guard your
>words to a much higher degree?
No. PGP will not stop people from ripping out little snippets and sub-
segments of what I have written (just as you have done on this occasion).
In essentially all cases to date, I do not mind when people do that. It
is only on those very rare occasions when someone uses clever editing to
make it appear that I have said something that I didn't say that I might
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