Virtual Laws: A New Frontier  

NUBIEFREEDOM 65M
26 posts
3/6/2005 12:56 am

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Virtual Laws: A New Frontier

Laws are developed on an as needed bases. Patent Laws occured when we inventions and ideas that were made and then stollen. Well, now we have the internet with VIRTUAL IDENTITIES and now their may be a need for Virtual Laws. For Example, here's a letter from one of my network friends.. daisy_lincoln. She wrote:


Subject: Warning!!
Date Posted: Mar 4, 2005 5:37 am
Bulletin: The fun just never ends! This time it wasn't just a girl who was using my pictures. I went out on ONE date with a guy from site -- "LUCKY757" -- the next thing I know I'm getting e-mails from my AdultFriendFinder friends telling me my photos are posted all over Lucky's site on Lifestyle Lounge, a swingers' web site. Apparently, he was telling everyone we were a couple, and sending e-mails to everyone on there saying it was me! Nice! Come to find out he has a wife and kids he forgot to tell me about too! Thanks to those of you who brought this to my attention so I was able to deal with the situation quickly. His profile has been removed from that site, but he still has one on here. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TELL HIM HOW UNCOOL THIS WAS. And to clear the air, no, I don't have a boyfriend; yes, I am single; and, yes, I play alone!

What if this happened to you. What do you think we should do about behavior exhibited by "LUCKY757". What type of deterant should be instituted? Should there be a Virtual Court?

Let me hear your ideas. This may be the beginnings of a Grassroot Movement for Virtual Justice!


rm_toohotque 50M
179 posts
3/6/2005 2:44 pm

Perhaps a Michael Jackson approved charm school for men is needed to assert accreditation and standing to become elligible for socializing. For women acreditation from a similar forum is needed.

-Que

This from one who thinks U.S. abortion debate should have ceased in 1897 when it should have been remanded to the closet forever. Let women decide, not the government.


rm_toohotque 50M
179 posts
3/6/2005 3:10 pm

When I drive 12 miles to town after being in cyberspace for a week, I regognize the separation between what is real and what is contentious.

I think contentious is a fair term that asserts the legal status of anything in cyberspace. Its negligible.

Legal implications are made contentiously. Common law regarding identity will deal a person's sole identity given at birth. Don't attempt to plague the papermill with more grist from cyberworld identity theft. We have enough spinning already regarding issues that will never be decided... lke abortion.

Think about the difference it would have made to require environmental impact studies and EPA approval in advance of products in year 1958! Clean air might have actually been possible if government would have had the strong commitment to ensuring a distant future as a priority. Instead they chose to fight in Viet Nam... a more worthy cause than better environmental legislation and setting a reponsible international model of democracy weighted toward favoring the idealism of individuals, not corporations.

I need to examine this more,, but issues regarding needed laws to protect use of a fictitious identity are very ambiguous and cloudy. No way!

-Que


rm_toohotque 50M
179 posts
3/6/2005 3:28 pm

I favor a pretax at the wholesale level where the manufacturer is assessed a pollution tax for whatever product is about to be sent out into the world.

Taxing at this stage would invoke very serious competition for more profitable products, considering their production cost AND the tax. Obviously engineering would consider the pollution tax and find long-term solutions as a matter of surviving.

This is the kind of legislation needed for the future, but diversions from stark reality preclude that it will ever happen.

I also think the encumbent President should be allowed to write environmental and humanitarian law, as it is lobbied for by the party in advance of the election and approved by a majority in the presidential vote. Then the law could be enacted without popularity contests in the House-Senate QUAGMIRE. To refine this, a jury of Supreme Court would have review of the presidential orders in a defined process that could repeal a law on a presidential request and other vote.

Refinements are needed to address the impending gloom of the future that is facing America. Its obvious.

Que

-Que


rm_toohotque 50M
179 posts
3/6/2005 3:31 pm

Those things are important enough to deserve attention,, creating a diversion like abortion and Neverland identity theft are damaging to the United States.

-Que


richardlv2 82M
25 posts
3/6/2005 8:57 pm

plagarism is not new and will persist


rm_WickedFemale 62F
401 posts
3/9/2005 1:56 pm

This site is full of people <not of just one sex but of both> that feel being honest is less important in dealing with others for what they search for. Just as your self, it takes time to weed the bad out from the good and that within it's self is a ashame. It takes away from the time we can enjoy with the good.....


vengeur 41M
836 posts
3/13/2005 2:28 pm

The best way to deter the deceitful acts of "LUCKY757" would be to have us all digitally watermark our profile pics with software such as photoshop to say "Property of (person's profile name)". That way, the true owner's name would stay with the pic no matter what the pic stealer would do with it.


rm_stpetegirl3 45F
23 posts
4/3/2005 2:38 pm

Any time you put something on a public website it is like sending it out into the universe, it is always a risk.


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