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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "conscientiousobjector2000"
> Another blatant lie from Dadlani. They are NOT "private" diary
entries. They are PUBLIC blog entries he wants the whole world to read
while he confesses what a bad boy he is.
> A private diary does NOT show up in search engines. Nor does a
person put a link on their profile to a private diary.
> A private diary is a book you buy that you can lock.
"We can now try to examine the implications and ramifications of what
Moreno has done, jumping to incredible conclusions and lacking skills
in even the most basic research as he always does. As I said earlier,
what he has done says more about him than it does about anyone or
anything else. What he has done is locate my PRIVATE online diary and
seen fit to make it a matter of public knowledge. Embellishment or no
embellishment, he has poked his nose where no decent nose should go;
he has carried out an ultimate gross invasion of privacy and broadcast
private outpourings for a public audience.
"Moreno may squeal and say: "But if it is a private diary, why has
Sanjay put it online?" That would be the very nature of a blog. Blogs
are used for many purposes; people use it to report on public events,
political events, news media, right acorss the broad spectrum all the
way to general ranting, and finally private diaries. Nobody can deny
that the vast majority of blogs out there are personalised in nature.
Therefore, public or not public, embellishment or no embellishment,
those are private diary entries which, if any sensible man reads them,
will automatically know and think to himself, "this is pretty
"We cannot expect that form Moreno though, as he has shown by his
conduct that he has no honour in this regard."
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