On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 10:45:27PM +0100, Oliver Elphick wrote: > The website is hosted by Verio, Inc. in Colorado, USA, and the mail sent > through another US ISP: Cox Communications, Inc in California. Is there > anything in US Federal or state law that would support a prosecution for > interfering with a computer, or maybe for criminal damage? Or perhaps > we could email the spammer with a demand for compensation? Are you kidding? If you interfere with the operation of a computer system you don't have access to in the US, you're officially a terrorist nowadays and the FBI will open a can of whoop-ass on you. Now if they would get their hands on the punk responsible for w32.klez for filling my mailbox with hundreds of these silly things while I wasn't here. =p -- Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> We can hope for the future But there might not be one * Turken thinks little kids are absolutely adorable... especialyy when they're someone elses.
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