January 8, 2007
Protective Orders and the Internet
After I posted the earlier Zyprexa update (and after some grading and lunch, thank you), I thought I'd see how long it would take a geeky but uninvolved law professor to find the documents.
Started looking around at 1:00. Found them and started the download at 1:19. Got to learn more about Tor, too. 19 minutes. Update: Once I thought of the better approach (which on better days I would have tried first), it was less than 30 seconds.
(I canceled the download and do not have the documents, nor will I direct anyone as to where the documents might be. I am reasonably confident that what I found is in fact what it purports to be, but it might also be 270 MB of yak herders yodeling.)
As I now observe PoL suggested, that bell has rung.
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