"Michael S. Lorrey" <email@example.com> wrote:
> That has been my argument. If Mr. Zero wants to spew his identity all
> over the public arena, let him. If he doesn't, which is apparently how
> he feels about his personal identity, then he has absolutely no right to
> argue that I should meet a standard that he has no intention of
> conforming to, and by his admitted example of his instructions to his
> kids, has no intention of encouraging any other member of his family to.
> As it stands, I already meet his standard far better than he does.
Mike, please. Who are you to decide if Zero has a "right" to argue anything
Also, Zero has never advocated anybody reveal their address over the
internet. I spuriously suggested that he should give me all of his personal
details. His response was a retort that I should go first. He never
seriously asked anybody to do this, and never promised that he would do so
if anybody/everybody else did also.
You are attacking Zero based on his answers to my question. This makes me
feel partially responsible for your attack against him. I would like you to
stop attacking Zero, and realize that he never promised or advocated giving
out personal information on the Internet. That was a comment intended for
me, and it doesn't mean what you think it does.
-- Harvey Newstrom <http://HarveyNewstrom.com> IBM Certified Senior Security Consultant, Legal Hacker, Engineer, Research Scientist, Author.
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