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11 matching items found between Jul 1995 and Dec 1995. Furthermore, there are 22 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 13, 1995
Netcom ruling now viewed as defense victory — Daily Journal (Los Angeles, California)
Dec 1, 1995
alt.scientology.war — Wired
Type: Press
Author(s): Wendy M. Grossman
Source: Wired
When computers are seized because they contain allegedly stolen intellectual property, and police pierce the security anonymous remailers,the days of the Net as a cozy, cocktail party are over. Welcome to a flame war with real bullets. When computers are seized because they contain allegedly stolen intellectual property, or the security of anonymous remailers is pierced by police, alt.scientology.war the days of the Internet as a cozy, private, intellectual cocktail party are over. Welcome to mortal combat between two alien cultures ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 28, 1995
Scientologists claim victory in Internet copyright lawsuit — CNN
Nov 28, 1995
U.S. judge rules Internet services may be liable for postings — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Oct 24, 1995
Only police may search your home, right? Guess again — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Adam S. Bauman
Source: Seattle Times
[Shorter version of Are searches in civil cases also violating rights? | Los Angeles Times (California) | 23 October 1995.] IT'S AN issue of copyright against constitutional rights. Some copyright holders, particularly software makers, are using a special court order to send their employees legally into one's home. At 6:30 a.m. on July 26, off-duty U.S. marshals and officials from software maker Novell Inc. rang the doorbell at Joseph and Miki Casalino's home outside Salt Lake City. They were there, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 23, 1995
Are searches in civil cases also violating rights? — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: scientology-lies.com, link
Type: Press
Author(s): Adam S. Bauman
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
At 6:30 on the morning of July 26, a contingent of off-duty U.S. marshals and officials from software maker Novell Inc. rang the doorbell at Joseph and Miki Casalino's home outside Salt Lake City. Thinking her husband had forgotten something when he left for work, Miki padded to the door in her robe and was shocked to find a marshal flashing his badge. They were there, they told her, to search and seize any and all computer bulletin board (bbs) equipment ...
Oct 4, 1995
Hunting rabbits, serving spam: The net under siege — Denver Westword News
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Prendergast
Source: Denver Westword News
The growing popularity of the Internet has spawned discussion groups that offer something for just about everyone, from lovers of Jean-Luc Picard (try alt.sexy.bald.captains) to haters of a certain children's television program (alt.barney.dinosaur.die.die.die) to obsessives consumed by politics, computer lore, comic books or the hidden messages embedded in a single rock song (alt.meter-maid.lovely.rita). Few newsgroups, though, have drawn the kind of following now evident on alt.religion.scientology (a.r.s.), an international debating circle concerning the Church of Scientology. Always controversial, in recent months ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 4, 1995
Stalking the Net — Denver Westword News
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Prendergast
Source: Denver Westword News
IN THE ONLINE BRAWL OVER SCIENTOLOGY, INTERNET USERS DISCOVER THAT VIRTUAL REALITY BITES BACK.SHOWDOWN IN CYBERSPACE THE BATTLE OVER SCIENTOLOGY'S SECRETS IGNITES A HOLY WAR ON THE INTERNET. Lawrence Wollersheim's hands shake as he reads his notes, ticking off the damage done to his computers. Surrounding the 46-year-old Boulder resident is a cluster of reporters and, beyond that, a ring of glowering, dark-suited men (and one woman wearing a clerical collar), all packed into a hallway of the federal courthouse in ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 14, 1995
Scientologists Lose a Battle on the Internet — New York Times
Aug 19, 1995
Church in cyberspace // Its scared writ is on the net, its lawyers are on the case — Washington Post
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Fisher
Source: Washington Post
It was 9:30 and Arnie Lerma was lounging in his living room in Arlington, drinking his Saturday morning coffee, hanging. Suddenly, a knock at the door — who could it be at this hour? — and boom, before he could force anything out of his mouth, they were pouring into his house: federal marshals, lawyers, computer technicians, cameramen. They stayed for three hours last Saturday. They inventoried and confiscated everything Lerma cherished: his computer, every disk in the place, his client ...
Aug 14, 1995
Dissidents use computer network to rile Scientology — New York Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Mike Allen
Source: New York Times
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 13 — The Church of Scientology is battling a band of on-line dissidents who have used the Internet to mail out globally its secret scriptures, for which some members must pay thousands of dollars. On Saturday, as a result of a copyright infringement lawsuit, United States marshals here seized the computer of a former church employee who had electronically posted a 136-page text that he said was available in court records. The former employee, Arnaldo P. Lerma, 44, ...
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