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Bredolab and the Computer Misuse Act [Update]

…It’s likely that there has been a technical breach in countries that have legislation like the CMA, though I can’t imagine that many people would want to put the Dutch police in the dock On this issue, at any rate. :) …

More on the BBC’s Botnet

Update: several nice, thoughtful blogs on the subject from John Graham at http://john-graham.me.uk/. International law firm Pinsent Mason’s Struan Robertson seems to agree (at least in part) with commentatory in the security industry that the BBC have broken the UK’s Computer Misuse Act. Robertson, focused on the Click program’s unauthorised access to 22,000 bot-compromised PCs in order to

BBC Controversy: Click Fraud?

I spend so much time on this blog, that I’ve been neglecting the other blogs I’m supposed to contribute to from time to time (including my own, though I’ve just started to put some papers up there – more about that later). However, as the issue with the BBC’s possible breach of the UK’s Computer

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