Open Content | Access - Part 3

posted by PP on 2005/01/18 21:32

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We support (and have signed) the following Petition (you find it here to support Nicholas Ciarelli's informative Website Think Secret...

Here's the Quote of the Petition:

To: Apple Computer
We implore Apple to withdraw legal action against 19-year old student Nicholas Ciarelli and his Web site, Think Secret. We urge all sides in the dispute to seek an alternative way to resolve their problem, and beg Apple not to value its corporate interest above the first amendment rights of journalists to report information. Surely in this case Think Secret has served to draw attention to Apple's new products, helping to generate massive publicity. This is a David and Goliath fight, we implore Apple not to use its power against an individual that has so little power with which to defend themself.


Here you can sign and here and in dozens of other german Weblogs you find some extra Information. BTW: Up to the very Moment there are 1.063 Signatures in total.

Update on the 19th at 10.00 a.m.: Now there are 1.824 Signatures.

Update on the 23rd at 14.50 a.m.: Now there are 4.826 Signatures.



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