This exact notion has been debated to death on usenet literally
for decades and here's what I take to be consensus.
When you post to usenet it's understood you're giving an implicit right
to copy as when you hit send you're saying "send this everywhere"
and of course the article is copied on hundreds if not thousands
of times. Morso it's impossible to delete an article for all practical
purposes once it's been sent.
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Don't fool yourself- Cat, Cummins, and Navistar are still way ahead of
the european diesel manufacturers. The Europeans were having fits of
ecstasy over common-rail injection when it had been on the Cummins in
the Ram for 2 model years.
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