> Of course, this could lead to a whole 'nother interesting discussion,
> better held elsewhere. I know RISKS has covered the issue of people
> with strange names; some countries make you register your children's
> names with the authorities, who won't approve of names they don't
> think are suitable.
For example in Germany, you are not allowed to call your son "Jesus" - in
latin countries (Spain, Portugal, Brazil etc.) it's no problem.
TAFNAP should of course not be included in Unicode.
But do we have a solution for these ***** Han-modifications?
Nix fuer ungut,
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