new license to review

bruce at bruce at
Sat May 8 06:54:38 UTC 1999

From: Seth David Schoen <schoen at>
> Another argument, which is vaguer and perhaps less important, is that
> communications protocols are not always considered human-readable, and so
> it may be considered bad form to expect human-readable information to be
> inserted into them.  (Contrast California Business and Professions Code
> 17538.45(f)(3)(B), which encourages the practice.)


They don't encourage it, they note that it may be the case in the future.
Nor do they stipulate that it be primarily human-readable, it might be
formatted such that the sending computer could detect the policy decision
and act accordingly.


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