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Originally posted by Bybyots
reply to post by NeoVain
The question seems to be whether or not it is legal for the state of Nevada to publish legal notices, under certain circumstances which seem hazy, on the internet.
Dude? If you are going to put it in this forum it should look something like this:
Plato: And is it not true, dear Glaucon, that the state of Nevada should seek the legal liberty to publish notices of a legal nature on the World Wide Web?
Glaucon: Verily. But shouldn't that put the involved party's personal information at risk and available to Haxor the Clown?
Plato: It is true, kind Glaucon.edit on 11-4-2013 by Bybyots because:
Originally posted by charles1952
I've got an objection to it, but if you're only looking at the money it may be a good deal. This seems to be an amendment to an existing law. My guess is it took less than a day to edit it. It will save all of the money spent on ad space to print these notices. Of course, that takes revenue from the little home town papers, but I don't think they looked at that.
Oh, and less printing means the environment will be just a teeny, tiny, greener. (If you happen to think that's a good thing.)
So the question is, if the amount of resources invested by this society in matter such as this, is really worth it? Do you feel represented by this person making these amendments?
Say it more simply? Generally, no. Some times it is possible and I heartily approve of that. Our legal system (properly) requires that the foreseeable events in a law are covered, and that only the changes deemed necessary are made. It's a legal problem, sure, but laws by definition are legal, and have to stand up to the attacks of lawyers and courts