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From: "Rhonda Houston" <>
Subject: RE: ancestry.com's policy and responsibility of the receiver of this service
Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 14:40:20 -0500
Yes to ALL that you have said!!!!
Isn't the lady of Justice who holds the balances in her hands blindfolded?
No one said that anything done towards the public was or had to be moral.
Isn't a millionaire's first million usually a fraud that has been
perpetrated against the public???? Morality doesn't enter the picture; but
we as individuals must strive for and that is to be legally knowledgable
for our individual protection...no one said anything in the legal system is
fair or in this life...what I've been trying to convey is that people leave
themselves open to avenues they don't realize are open. WAKE UP!! It's their
responsibility to take care of themselves so things like what we have been
talking about DON'T HAPPEN.
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Subject: Re: ancestry.com's policy and responsibility of the receiver of
"Rhonda Houston" <> wrote in message
A whole lot!
Defend them as some will and despite the fact they stick to what are their
legal rights. Many businesses sit just on that fine line that maximizes
their profits, avoids litigation, and does in fact mislead customers into
thinking they have a different agreement than they do. Often these practices
are calculated and deliberate. What I have read indicated that Ancestry.com
could well be one of those cases.Being legally right doesn't carry any
guarantee of being morally right in your treatment of others.
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