Society Religion and Spirituality Scientology Church of Scientology Response to Critics Scientology v. Internet
Since public use of the internet became popular in the mid-1990s, there has been some controversy over the proper use of internet in the discussion of Scientology. This category provides information about the Church of Scientology's view of the proper use of the internet in the discussion of Scientology.
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Alt.religion.scientology Denial of Service Attack Exposed
Documents critic's suspected cancelling of pro-Scientology posts in Usenet group.
Hijackers on the Information Superhighway
Freedom Magazine warns of the prospect of excessive regulation of the Internet unless piracy is curbed. Covers actions the Church of Scientology undertook to protect its copyrighted material.
Board member of the Church of Scientology Los Gatos voices his views on Scientology's actions on the Internet to protect its intellectual property rights.
Scientology says it's threatened by "unadulterated cyber-terrorism"
Church of Scientology position paper regarding its use of the DMCA to combat online copyright infringement.
Victory for Creators, Internet Users
Unanimous jury verdict upholds constitutional rights, sends a signal to copyright violators. (Church of Scientology's Freedom Magazine)
No Answers in Scientology Case
Analysis of out-of-court settlement between Netcom and the Church of Scientology. (August 05, 1996)
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