[Full-disclosure] [Fwd: Re: montspace -- child porn (site still up)]
chromazine at sbcglobal.net
Wed Apr 19 02:56:29 BST 2006
>On 4/17/06, Gary E. Miller <gem at rellim.com> wrote:
>>Congratulations, you whacked a mole.
>This is the funniest shit i've ever heard. The government or whoever
>setup the website will be pleased. Although the government or whoever
>should let providers know when theres a mole website on their network,
>so they are aware not to shut the website down.
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I hate to get into International Law stuff here but oh well it is
necessary. Usually I prefer to just
watch the goings on from a distance. Interpol and legal entities in the
UK setup sites to attract
kiddie porn afficiandos, This works in the UK and Europe but fails in
the US ever since the FBI
lost the "Innocent Images" case in the 3rd Circuit. Mind you it was the
3rd Circuit and not the much
malingned 9th Circuit. The FBI and other enforcement authorities would
have liked to have held that
it took "just one click to convvict". However it can be sucessfully
argued that lots of people, specifically
investiagtive reporters and others covering the "Internet Beat" look at
all sorts of sites to get a "lay of the
These sorts of things are old hat to those of us who look over the civil
liberties balancing act that goes
on in International Law. There is a lot of differenfce in the US due to
the US Bill orf Rights, battered as it is
by worries about terrorism and the like. Some rights which are
automatic in the US are pretty alien in
other places. Of course Canada is an even more curious situation where
there are thing one can do but
one can not film or boradcast, Anyway this gets intertesting and
convoluted but I doinno whether it we
should go thruough all of it in full disclosure. Although disclosing
the full state of our cyber rights
would be an interesting thing to explore if it could be done without as
much going into speculatuion
amd fantasy as usually happens.
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