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From: Murad Talukdar <talukdar_m () subway com>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 15:51:04 +1000

I think that in Australia, car owners can actually be fined for being
'negligent' in leaving valuables in their cars--at least I remember hearing
this. (Hopefully it wasn't on A Current Affair because then I'd be negligent
for believing it.) Will there be some kind of similar 'negligence' clause
with regard to port scanning/systems being vulnerable and then being used
for other crimes? I'm not sure. I can imagine it on the horizon though.

Have to say, this thread has proved to me that I really don't KNOW the
minutiae of law at all-perhaps because it changes with such rapidity and
isn't always advertised well.

Regards
Murad Talukdar


 



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