Monthly Archives: October 2007

ISPs, law-enforcement agents?

As always in cybercrime, ISPs are at the forefront of the battle of piracy. This time, they are expressly thought as law enforcement agents, either voluntarily or “coercively”. But implications does this new role have? safeguards in terms of HR … Continue reading

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Hackers, DDOS and government – motives and legal issues

The Estonian government, earlier this year, faced a major cyberattack. Motives are unknown, but the disruption was important. Many features of Estonian life rely on computers: parking for example is computerised http://news.zdnet.co.uk/security/0,1000000189,39290289,00.htm

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