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October 17, 2006


John Middleton

The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee B (Internal Market) is also doing an investigation into the ridiculous Directive - people are giving evidence and theres a story on BBC News online technology "EU Threat to Internet Freedom"

John Middleton

Links for above comment: BBC News Story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/6056942.stm


Throughout this great pattern of things you secure an A+ for effort and hard work. Where exactly you actually misplaced me was first in your specifics. As as the maxim goes, details make or break the argument.. And it couldn't be much more correct here. Having said that, allow me reveal to you just what exactly did give good results. Your article (parts of it) can be really persuasive and that is probably why I am making an effort in order to opine. I do not make it a regular habit of doing that. Secondly, even though I can easily see the leaps in reasoning you come up with, I am not convinced of how you appear to connect your ideas which inturn produce the conclusion. For now I will subscribe to your position but hope in the near future you actually link your dots much better.

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