Re: Anonymous surfing

From: Mike (
Date: 10/24/04

Date: 24 Oct 2004 04:26:45 -0700 wrote in message news:<>...
> On 23 Oct 2004 04:27:30 -0700, (Mike) wrote:
> > wrote in message news:<>...
> >> On 17 Oct 2004 01:00:30 GMT, (Walter
> >> Roberson) wrote:
> In my case, my employment conditions explicitly state that I cannot
> support activities contrary to my employers interest. I could do I
> anonymously, but I'm still breaking the terms of my employment.

Interesting! Would that include statements of political views which
might impact on the business of your employer? Can an employee
contract contain clauses that attempt to remove your constitutional
rights to free speech?

One of those things that's better left untested, I guess. Shame the
Freedom network never really took off. Quite liked that tool.


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