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[FYI] (Fwd) FC: BBC News reports "Internet will boost cr

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From:          Self <ahh>
To:            debate@fitug.de
Subject:       [FYI] (Fwd) FC: BBC News reports "Internet will boost crime"
Reply-to:      horns@t-online.de
Date:          Thu, 4 Mar 1999 08:25:26 +0100

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Date:          Wed, 03 Mar 1999 19:20:55 -0500
To:            politech@vorlon.mit.edu
From:          Declan McCullagh <declan@well.com>
Subject:       FC: BBC News reports "Internet will boost crime"
Reply-to:      declan@well.com

[Shucks, I guess that newfangled telegraph let criminals communicate
better too... --DBM]

>From: "David Cantrell" <david@wirestation.co.uk>
>To: declan@well.com
>Date: Wed, 3 Mar 1999 11:21:36 +0000
>Subject: [FC]: BBC News story "Internet will boost crime"
>Reply-to: david@wirestation.co.uk
>Priority: normal
>X-mailer: Pegasus Mail for Win32 (v3.01d)
>makes for interesting and sinister - if rather comical - reading.
>David Cantrell, Senior Developer, Wirestation

and something related

>Date: Tue, 02 Mar 1999 13:19:43 -0700
>From: Charles Behney <charlesaugust@theriver.com>
>X-Mailer: Mozilla 3.03Gold (Win95; U)
>To: declan@well.com
>Subject: Encryption key would lock up criminals
>Here's something from the UK NCIS people. Key escrow lives.
>             Encryption key would
>             lock up criminals
>By Internet Correspondent Chris Nuttall 
>             Cyber-criminals would be caught if the government
>             introduced a system where the keys to coded e-mail
>             were voluntarily lodged with licensed authorities,
>             according to the UK National Criminal Intelligence
>             Service (NCIS). 
>             NCIS was one of the groups appearing before the
>             House of Commons on Tuesday. 
>             "Criminals are lazy, greedy and they make
>             mistakes," John Abbott, NCIS Director General told
>             the Trade and Industry Select Committee, which is
>             hearing witnesses on electronic commerce issues. 

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