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The cyber-rights-UK mailing list is created and maintained by Mr Yaman Akdeniz (lawya@cyber-rights.org) founder and director of Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) (http://www.cyber-rights.org).

This list is devoted to discussions of cyber-speech, censorship, government policy and politics, cyber-privacy issues including the encryption policy and interception of communications. The cyber-rights-UK Mailing List has a UK oriented audience but because of the nature of the Internet, there will be space for discussions on international issues, especially on the European Union?s policy together with the US Administration?s policies on these important issues.

To subscribe to cyber-rights-UK, send a message to imailsrv@cyber-rights.org with the following message:

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For further information about the list, digests, commands or about Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) please send a message to imailsrv@cyber-rights.org with the following message:

help cyber-rights-UK

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This message has been created by Yaman Akdeniz

October 1998.


Help File for cyber-rights-UK Mailing List

The cyber-rights-UK mailing list is created and maintained by Mr Yaman Akdeniz (lawya@cyber-rights.org) founder and director of Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) (http://www.cyber-rights.org).

This list is devoted to information sharing and discussions of cyber-speech, censorship, government policy and politics, cyber-privacy issues including the encryption policy and interception of communications. The cyber-rights-UK Mailing List has a UK oriented audience but because of the nature of the Internet, there will be space for discussions on international issues, especially on the European Union?s policy together with the US Administration?s policies on these important issues.

You are advised not to send any attachments to the list and everything should be in simple text format and within your e-mail message. We encourage the subscribers to send urls and references but not attachments.

To subscribe to cyber-rights-UK, send a message to imailsrv@cyber-rights.org with the following message:

subscribe cyber-rights-UK your_full_name

in the body of your message (not on the subject line).

To unsubscribe from the list please send a message to imailsrv@cyber-rights.org with the following message:

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To get help from on the cyber-rights-UK mailing list from the List Server send the following message to imailsrv@cyber-rights.org with the following message:

help cyber-rights-UK

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List SUBSCRIBERS ONLY can send messages to the cyber-rights-UK mailing list and once you complete the subscription, you will be able to send messages to the list at the following address:

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This help file has been written by Yaman Akdeniz and please contact lawya@cyber-rights.org for further questions or comments.

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