Quoting <19990806122946.A25987 at orca.ucd.ie>
by Alastair Donlon <adonlon at netsoc.ucd.ie>:
> I think the law also restricts the owners right to grant permission.
> Somebody else on bugtraq made the point that people who attempt to
> compromise the site could find themselves being prosecuted against
> Microsofts will.
Sounds like a poorly formulated law to me - I wouldn't expect that
aspect to be enforced, but hey, what do I know about law? ;)
"You can ISO9001 certify the process of shooting yourself in the foot,
so long as the process is documented and reliably produces the proper
result." - Adam Shostack, on bugtraq
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