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November 10, 2005, 4:33 am
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The Irish Netiquette ignores the Standard 200 page Netiquette, which has become a moral handbook to morality
and not helping with anything conventional. Thus this is a Conventional Netiquette.
The Irish Netiquette recognizes usenet forums as simple 'net streets' where people can come,
ask questions, and others are free to contribute with answers.
The Irish Netiquette does not accept that Google is free to archive personal or private questions and answers,
as that act steps onto people's privacy globally.
The Irish Netiquette recognizes and treats usenet as an International ground which needs no moral codes.
Thus the Irish Netiquette has no rules, and usenet is considered a place free of the study of the 200 page
Standard Netiquette, and applies 'Sommer Vacation' standards.