Privacy of info in IP requests [was: Re: Draft internic ip allocation doc]
Dave Morton Dave.Morton at ecrc.de
Thu May 18 15:25:07 CEST 1995
> > Dave Morton <Dave.Morton at ecrc.de> writes: > > > > I wouldn't bother - paste it out of 104 and put some juicy legal sounding > > terminology around it and if anyone wants one sign it and fax it to them. > > There is nothing really legally complicated that I can see - non-disclosure > > agreeements are common business practice used every day - one doesn't need > > a lawyer to formulate one IMHO. > >That's what I will certainly not do, because it may make things worse than >I expect *if* I get sued. Terms like "inent", "negligence", "gross negligence", >"reasonable precautions", "state-of-the-art precations" start ringing in my >ears. I want to know beforehand what my exposure is and if I must disconnect >my machines from the net and keep them in a locked vault ;-). > Daniel - on second thoughts, and considering all the things that could go wrong, you're probably well advised to get legal advice beforehand. I hate it when that happens with the fingers and the send key but without the brain .... >Daniel Dave PS: I see you've also learned to develop an unhealthy respect for legal beavers recently - life is getting more complicated - not just in Amsterdam.
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