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Re: How to Handle ISPs Who Turn a Blind Eye to Criminal Activity?
On Fri, 12 Oct 2007, Paul Ferguson wrote:
The most obvious answer is: Gather evidence, contact law enforcement.
Other than being provactively phrased, its often the same reason:
e.g. what about anti-virus vendors who turn a blind eye to criminal activity by poor detection to new/old viruses, what about law enforcement who turn a blind eye to criminal activity by poor response to new/old scams, what about software programmers who turn a blind eye to criminal activity by poor response to new/old bugs, what about banks who turn a blind eye to criminal activity by poor response to new/old reports of
Law enforcement, security vendors, abuse departments try to move as fast
as they can for as many cases as they can. Yes, there are some bad cops, bad security venders, bad abuse departments; but there are also a lot of
people who are trying to help as many people as possible.
And without knowing the full story, its sometimes difficult to figure out what is reallying happening: <http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-908647.html>