[Full-disclosure] The BBC acquired a botnet, but was it legal? - Update
blsonne at halvdan.com
Thu Mar 19 02:47:03 GMT 2009
> You're in Canada, right? So your TV stations have 15 minutes per hour
I don't watch TV. And I certainly wouldn't pay for a license. Even if it
were commercial free.
In any case, what's that dessicated old tart Lizzie gonna do if you
don't pay? Send the bobbies to throw you in TV jail?
> By the way, shouldn't you have to provide a copy of your email in
> French? It IS the nanny state after all.
No, as I'm not a federal gov't service.
Six TV channels, and 7 radio stations? That's awful, but then again,
it's not like there's anything worthwhile on the hundreds we get over
here. Touché, good sir.
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