[funsec] Holy Crap: Using a Command Prompt is 'Suspicious Behavior'
Paul M. Moriarty
pmm at igtc.com
Tue Apr 14 20:25:26 CDT 2009
OK, the alleged crime is "Obtaining computer services by Fraud or
Misrepresentation". And it's pretty well spelled out to me in the
Basis of Probable Cause that there, is fact, probable cause.
I'm not saying I personally agree with the law or the actions taken by
the Boston College Police Dept.
I am saying the that the EFF is using a lot of smoke mirrors to try
and play on the emotions of F/OSS and privacy proponents that some
huge egregious miscarriage of justice is taking place. I call bullshit.
- Paul -
On Apr 14, 2009, at 6:09 PM, Paul Ferguson wrote:
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> On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 5:45 PM, Paul M. Moriarty <pmm at igtc.com>
>> On Apr 14, 2009, at 4:49 PM, Paul Ferguson wrote:
>>> Be afraid. Be very afraid.
>> I'd like to see what was actually written on the warrant versus
>> the one-sided EFF version. IANAL but I seem to recall that it's up
>> to a
>> judge to decide whether or not "nothing cited in the warrant
>> could possibly constitute the cited criminal offenses." Heaven
>> help us
>> if we left that up to defense attorneys.
> The warrant application is here:
> - - ferg
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