On Thu, 30 Mar 1995 Todd @
> No doubt. The real issue is how much damage is cgoing to have toi occur
> until some governing body (ala CCITT) is setup> For those of us setting up
> the "early adoptersZ" Retail Delivery Systems this is a seriously painful
> stumbling block...
Ala CCITT? Isn't this now the ITU?
> The real issue is not the 12 year olds in Akron but the "wiseguys" out in
> Lower West Mania that have access to the net. International borders and all
> Makes one wonder, if you are convicted of "Fraud by Wire" in one of the
> countries that comply with the Moslem faith do they cut of a finger, or is
> it to by like a "Drug Conviction" in pasrts of Indochine' - DEATH!!! ? and
> since the act crosses international boundries, where is the crime actually
> committed [source, destination, or both] ? ( I shudder to think of the
> interplanetary ramifications!)
We prefer flogging with Cat 5 cable with RJ45 attached. (:-D)
> The real question is not one of the extremes but of a uniform management
> policy and the "teeth" to back it up.
> I see light at the end of this tunnel, but it's a long way off!.
That's a train coming your way!
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Re: Foreign intrusion
From: Todd @
COM (Todd Glassey, Technologies Manager, Collage Communications)