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Re: Cybercrime treaty



Have you checked lately what national and citizen's rights the U.S.
government has given away to the WTO?   International treaties are a big
deal, and are really hard to change once they're ratified.  I don't see a
bunch of scanner writers taking to the streets with gas masks, but they
might we wise to do so, if modifications aren't made to this proposal.

Andy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Magdych, Jim" <Jim_Magdych@NAI.COM>
To: "'Russ'" <Russ.Cooper@RC.ON.CA>;
<cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 4:25 PM
Subject: RE: Cybercrime treaty


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> Of course, this treaty may have no impact on the US.  It's probably a
> good thing if some evil hacker in Cyprus can be extradited to
> Andorra, but I don't know that it will necessarily have a global
> legislative trickle-down effect...
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> - - Jim
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