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Re: peering wars revisited? PSI vs Exodus

  • From: Garlic
  • Date: Wed Apr 05 00:26:26 2000

Why you dragging me into this :-)  We have no business relationship with
Mr. Cook!

Ehud Gavron wrote:

> This argument is specious.  Gordon isn't press.  Well, garlic press
> maybe.
>
> Ehud
> p.s. "press credentials" are not hard to fake, but ask Gordon for his
>
> >On Mon, 03 Apr 2000 21:47:50 -0400  Paul Ferguson wrote:
> >>
> >> >surprised not to see this mentioned on NANOG
> >> >
> >> > >Sent:  Friday, March 31, 2000
> >> > >To:    Notify
> >> > >Subject:       Exodus Customer Confidential Communication
> >> > >
> >>
> >> Gordon,
> >>
> >> Does the word "confidential" elude you?
> >>
> >> - paul
>
> >Golly Paul, I would not have guessed you would have taken this
> >position.
>
> >If a tobacco company marks a collusion document "CONFIDENTIAL", should
> >the press not report it?
>
> >If a Waco report is market "Top Secret", should the press not report
> >it?
>
> >If Boeing has a flawed design, should the press not report it?
>
> >There is a fair amount of evidence that an unruly and discourteous
> >press is a profound good for society....
>
> >regards,
> >fletcher
> >P.S.  "Scandal-Monger", Safire, William, 2000






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