Copyright -- or wrong? - 1999-07-22

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F358.png Copyright -- or wrong? July 22, 1999, Janelle Brown, Salon

In June, the Church of Scientology subpoenaed AT&T Corp., invoking the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to demand that it reveal the identity of a WorldNet subscriber who was posting excerpts from "Introduction to Scientology Ethics" on alt.religion.scientology under the pseudonym "Safe." Faced with the law, AT&T quickly ponied up the user information, an act that Steele says "the fourth amendment protects against -- it's a misuse of the civil justice system for companies to be [defeating] anonymous speech."

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{{cite news | first = Janelle | last = Brown | title = Copyright -- or wrong? | url = http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/1999/07/22/scientology/index.html | work = Salon | date = July 22, 1999 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}