On Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 06:30:19PM +0100, James Raftery mentioned:
> On Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 08:54:38AM +0100, Anton Mc Kee wrote:
> > Now I know we have not seen the legislation yet but the mere
> > reference to this is frighting.
> > Any comments?
>> Have a look at Section 29 of
>http://www.irlgov.ie/tec/communications/ecbill.pdf>> The 'E-Commerce Bill, 2000'.
Anyone that modifies a signature with the intend to defraud - up to five
years, or £500,000 fine. Sweeet. Now, could that be turned on people nasty
that break into ecommerce systems ? I assume that cybersquatting could be
brought to "Summary judgement", so you could bring someone to a district
court, and get a ruling ?
Poxy PS file that ggv made from the PDF file core dumped ggv. Mutter.
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