[Air-L] question: published on the internet

Ulf-Dietrich Reips u.reips at ikerbasque.org
Fri Jul 8 14:05:10 PDT 2011

jeremy, please clarify: what do you mean by "the internet"?

At 10:53 Uhr +0100 8.7.2011, Jeremy hunsinger wrote:
>now I'm just asking for opinions, it is sort of academic trolling,
>because i have my opinion, but i don't think i'm going to argue, i
>just want to see the plurality of opinions.
>when is something published on the internet?
>does publishing something on the internet make it public?
>does making something public necessarily make it not private?
>can private information be published and thus be made public?
>jeremy hunsinger
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