RE: [Full-Disclosure] Destroying PCs remotely?

From: madsaxon (
Date: 06/18/03

  • Next message: Golomb, Gary: "RE: [Full-Disclosure] Destroying PCs remotely?"
    Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 12:15:52 -0500

    At 04:49 PM 6/18/03 +0100, wrote:

    >Your constitution says (Amendment V) "No person shall ... be deprived of
    >life, liberty, or property, without due process of law".

    Yep, that's exactly my argument against this lunacy. You're tried,
    convicted, and sentenced on the spot. What happens if they make
    a mistake and you're not actually trading copyrighted files, or
    if you have permission to do so? (For example, I have a music
    site, and my band's songs are copyrighted, but anyone may download
    them for non-commercial use). Is this system going to be so technically
    foolproof that serious mistakes won't be made? I sincerely doubt it.
    Unfortunately, the results of any such error are that someone's private
    property is destroyed.

    I guarantee you that if people start nuking each other's
    computers over the Internet in the name of IP protection, this phantom
    thing we've been calling "cyberterrorism" will take on a much more
    concrete cast. Welcome back to the old West, partner. You better
    be packin' a six-shooter, cause every other hombre in town is.


    Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

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