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* If Noisebridge were to use a government owned network without permission from the government whereas the contract for the network states that no non-government agency can use it, does that risk putting us in any sort of liability?
 
* If Noisebridge were to use a government owned network without permission from the government whereas the contract for the network states that no non-government agency can use it, does that risk putting us in any sort of liability?
 
* Can you legally delete all the logs from your site every night? Is it legal to keep no logs for a site that allows unfiltered user generated content?
 
* Can you legally delete all the logs from your site every night? Is it legal to keep no logs for a site that allows unfiltered user generated content?
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** See EFF's [http://www.eff.org/wp/anatomy-bogus-subpoena-indymedia Anatomy of a Bogus Subpoena] and [http://www.eff.org/wp/osp Best Practices for Online Service Providers].
 
 
* Is the GPL a contract or a license?
 
* Is the GPL a contract or a license?
 
* Noisebridge's wifi is open, and we generally have a fairly open door policy on people coming in. Does that affect NB member's "expectation of privacy" when they're on our network, or talking or meeting in our space? And if so, does that affect the actual legal protection for communications on the network, or what people say here?
 
* Noisebridge's wifi is open, and we generally have a fairly open door policy on people coming in. Does that affect NB member's "expectation of privacy" when they're on our network, or talking or meeting in our space? And if so, does that affect the actual legal protection for communications on the network, or what people say here?

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