Re: Conspiracy Nation Vol. 6 No. 41
Date: Thu, 1 Feb 96 12:59:32 -0800
From: Peter Langston <psl>
Subject: Re: Conspiracy Nation Vol. 6 No. 41
From: Scott Deerwester <scott@HK.Super.NET>
Organization: Knowledge Discovery Ltd.
[UPDATE: The Fun_People archive moved in September 1998 to:
> In Hong Kong, the Internet wasn't quite strangled, but the British
> authorities who control that colony managed to throttle free electronic
> speech with the rest of the world until everything was bottlenecked into a
> few little-known satellite links.
Excuse me? I heard nothing about any of Hong Kong's dozen or so
ISP's getting shut down, nor experienced any disruption in getting
email out, nor had any trouble at all with my daily Web browsing...
Hong Kong Supernet alone provides over a Gbaud at the moment. It's
bit surreal reading about some terrible thing that's supposed to
have happened to *me*, that I never noticed... As much as I'm on
the net, I would have been semi-incoherent if something like the
above had hit.
Knowledge Discovery Ltd.
© 1996 Peter Langston