[funsec] Spamhaus Ignores U.S. Court?
drsollyp at drsolly.com
Thu Sep 21 17:39:37 CDT 2006
On Thu, 21 Sep 2006, Network Nerd wrote:
> > > I'm not sure how women don't have equal protection under the law, but
> > > that's aside the point. In reality, when the USSC generally discusses
> > > companies as having "rights" they are or should be referring to the
> > > stock holders' rights - not the corporate entity's. Our political
> > I have a feeling that under US law, a corporation is a legal "person",
> > there was some railraod case that set this precedent.
> You're thinking of the Buckley (William F's brother...) case, in which USSC
> ruled that corporate "citizens", in spending money such as contributing to
> political compaigns, are exercising their nearest analog to regular citizens'
> First Amendment free speech rights, and are therefore entitled to that
> amendment's protection.
No, I was thinking of Santa Clara County vs Southern Pacific Railroad,
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