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Re: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it?
From: "J.A. Terranson" <measl () mfn org>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 18:03:01 -0600 (CST)
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, bkfsec wrote:
Adam Challis wrote:
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
Being based in Germany, wouldn't they be subject to German and EU law?
Does anybody know which German and EU laws are relevant to MLNS?
IANAL, but my understanding is that some of these laws may be
"exportable" via treaty.
Generally, the EU privacy laws are not exportable to the US - unless you
are actively doing business with the EU. However, in this case "doing
business" is very murky water indeed.
I have no idea if our treaties with Germany
make such a stipulation. It's just a factor to think about here.
Awwww... Fuckem if they can't take a joke. Right? <smirk>
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Re: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it? bkfsec (Dec 02)
Re: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it? Jason Coombs (Dec 03)
Re: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it? auto184605 (Dec 03)
RE: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it? Tatercrispies (Dec 05)
- Re: If Lycos can attack spammer sites, can we all start doing it? J.A. Terranson (Dec 03)