On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 10:00:00PM +0200, Slavko wrote: > Ahoj, > > Dňa Mon, 28 Jul 2014 20:51:31 +0100 Brian <email@example.com> > napísal: > > > You never really answered my questiom. If you place something in a > > public place, a mailserver, for example, why should it be a criminal > > offence to look at it. If you did not want it to be seen you have the > > solution at hand. > > Yes, i provided answer to you. I try it again: If is something in > public place, it doesn't mean, that anybody can do anything with it. To further the analogy that Brian touched on, looking at an object in a public space is not and cannot be criminal. Using nmap as Brian did, is like looking at a building and seeing what doors and windows it has, it doesn't even go so far as checking to see if those doors and windows are locked. Cheers, Tom -- Tex SEX! The HOME of WHEELS! The dripping of COFFEE!! Take me to Minnesota but don't EMBARRASS me!!
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