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One of the parts of the process of introducing new criminal law should
(nay - must be) a consideration for how it is going to be actually
implemented on a day-to-day basis. Pouring money into the bottomless pit
that is any civil service project (the police included) very rarely solves
the underlying problems. Perhaps more thought is required by the legislators
before they pass new acts ?
By trying to get around this and requiring soft targets, such as
under-represented (OK - under-lobbied to be accurate) industry segments like
ISPs, to do this work 'unpaid' is a way of making the politicians look
competent and make any self-policed industry look bad when something is
missed or goes wrong.
- [no subject] Unknown (Oct 15)