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Feb 19, 2008
What Really Happened at Scientology’s secret INCOMM facility
Sep 12, 2003
The mills of Xenu grind exceeding slow — The Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Wendy M. Grossman
Source: The Inquirer
IT WAS WITH some astonishment that I read this week that a Dutch court ruled on September 4 that writer Karin Spaink could keep the Scientology materials on her Web site. The original case, in which this is the third ruling, began in the Pleistocene era in Internet terms — nine years ago. I had no idea it was still doing the Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce thing. I spent much of 1994 — when the Web was Usenet, the king was CompuServe, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 23, 2000
The gospel of the web / Nick Ryan on the holy wars fought in cyberspace between religious movements and their critics — The Guardian (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Nick Ryan
Source: The Guardian (UK)
Nick Ryan on the holy wars fought in cyberspace between religious movements and their critics Religion in the UK: special report August 12 1995 was a Saturday much like any other in the urban sprawl of Arlington, Virginia. Except that an alert went out over email and on Usenet groups to say that 10 people - including two federal marshals, two computer technicians, one a former FBI agent, and several attorneys - were raiding the home of former Scientologist Arnaldo Lerma. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 1, 1997
A Brief History of — CMC Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Sabine Helmers
Source: CMC Magazine
Every email sent via the Internet, every Netnews article and everything typed on Internet Relay Chat has a header message attached which enables the whereabouts of the message's author to be traced. As soon as you write something your Internet Identity added. If for some reason you should not want your name to appear anywhere, you either apply your technical wizardry knowledge to fake your true ID, or in case you are no wizard you can simply use the service of ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 6, 1996
Behind an Internet message service's close // Pressure from the Church of Scientology is blamed for the shutdown — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter H. Lewis
Source: New York Times
Pressure from the Church of Scientology International was at least partly responsible for the recent shutdown of a well-known Internet messaging service based in Helsinki, according to the Finnish operator of the service. The service, known by its Internet address,, was used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide to send and receive electronic messages without divulging their true identities. It was the best known of a small, global network of special computers known as remailers, whose legitimate users include ...
Aug 31, 1996
"Remailer" service shut down — CNET
Type: Press
Source: CNET
A Finnish operation that allowed people to send anonymous email on the Internet was shut down after accusations it was used for child pornography. Johan Helsingius, who has operated the electronic message relay service since 1993, denied the pornography allegations but said he had received calls from people accusing him of pedophilia, according to the Associated Press. Helsingius called the end of his service "a blow for Internet users and computer privacy," and said the charges are "not even possible." About ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 1, 1996
Scientology's Internet Wars — Watchman Expositor
Feb 22, 1995
The Helsinki incident and the right to anonymity — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Daniel Akst
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Something happened recently on the Internet that no doubt sent chills down an awful lot of spines. A government used its power to breach Before you write this off as another of the arcane tempests that generate so much ire among the get-a-life set, take heed. This one goes to the heart of what the electronic frontier is like, how it is changing and what the future holds for this new medium. is basically a computer in Helsinki, Finland, ...
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