On Jul 24, 6:57 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > Google is switching to "New Google Newsgroups." > > New Google Newsgroups allows bully posters to eliminate the posts of > others under a mechanism of: > > "This topic has been hidden because it was flagged for abuse." > > Google is a private company, but in this case, it is using the posts > of Usenet which is not a private company. > > Freedom of Speech is being denied in this "New Google Newsgroups" and > many authors are censored in this new format. > > Can Google be sued for this new format? > > There is a law on artists protecting artists that once a painting is > done, that others cannot go in and alter the painting into a new > painting. So that a painting cannot be bought and altered posing as a > new painting. The New Google Newsgroups violates this law of artists, > for there is no stopping of bully posters eliminating not only fresh > new posts of an author to Usenet, but also, going backwards through > the archive kept by Google and eliminating old posts of an author. > > Can Google be made to always carry Old Google Newsgroups and then have > New Google Newsgroups as an option. > > Or, can Google be forced to retain the posts of Usenet and if Google > wants to radically change the formatting of those posts, that Google > must create an entirely new portal with different names of newsgroups > and cannot use Usenet of sci.math, sci.physics, misc.legal etc etc. > > I believe Usenet can be considered a separate entity from that of > Google Newsgroups, and thus Usenet a separate legal entity. > > I believe the changes of New Google Newsgroups infringes on the > Freedom of Speech of Usenet and all the posts that preceded these > sweeping changes by Google. > > Can a law firm force Google to always keep "Old Google Newsgroups and > then have as **optional** any changes in format. > > AP
Does Archimedes return from the grave to question the usage of his name?
Do the discoverers of Plutonium question the usage of this element as a surname?
Do scientists ask for a mathematical foundation rather than just words, incessant words?