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From: madsaxon at direcway.com (madsaxon)
Subject: Daniel Geer, author of cybersecurity  screwed

At 05:35 PM 9/26/03 -0400, Stormwalker wrote:
>If this is all true, this event is way
>  past a bad precedent. @Stake has crossed an important line and can no
>  longer be trusted at all, no matter  what their roots are. If the rest 
> of   the employees at @Stake tolerate this, then they are not to be 
> tusted either.

While I agree with your basic sentiment here, it's premature to
condemn @Stake categorically.  The facts are undoubtedly a great
deal more complex than the media portrayals to date have revealed.
Let's wait until we know the whole story before we lower the boom.

m5x


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