Re: What's right?
Nov 13, 1997 06:46 AM
by M K Ramadoss
At 08:54 AM 11/13/97 -0500, you wrote:
>M K Ramadoss wrote:
>> The whole issue of intellectual property rights on Internet and etiquette
>> (if any) is still very much in evolution.
>> Right now, anything goes is what is going. Even if the rights issue is
>> sorted out, enforcement of any violation is going to be impossible.
> There is a big difference between what is legal and what is right. As
>Theosophists, we should always try to do what is right, even if doing
>what is wrong is legal.
> Bart Lidofsky
>That's true, Bart. If I want to do a strip-tease, till I'm only
>wearing a navel jewel, in my living room, for my lover or husband, it is
legal, but, in
>the minds of some people it may be very wrong.
Here is another angle. If what I am doing is not harming anyone, then it
does not matter whether it is right or wrong in some one else's view (which
of course may be colored by tradition, philosophy, experience etc.)
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