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Re: truth in advertising for ISPs

 On Jan 22, 2008 11:12 AM, Ben Holland <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Actually this would be really interesting esp (b) for things like viruses. 
> If an ISP allows the content of a virus over their wire, and it infects a 
> company, is the ISP libel? See... if companies are forcing the ISPs to cover 
> their bits, the ISPs always loose. I mean this would be like an airline 
> being fined for allowing an explosive on board. I mean, what happens if a 
> company gets hacked, like tj macks? Is the ISP who's wire the bits flowed on 
> responsible for the attack? These are really gross questions, and i'm very 
> very surprised I haven't heard anything about them, someone has the ISPs 
> asses, and I would love to know who. ~Ben 

A man drives down the Mass Pike with a b0mb in his truck.  He parks it 
in front of some famous Boston landmark.  He bl0ws it up.  Is the Mass 
Pike responsible? 
Kristian Erik Hermansen 
"Know something about everything and everything about something." 

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