[kwlug-disc] are you going to be a criminal?
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Fri Jun 4 19:52:38 EDT 2010
So I don't attend a school, but I constantly experiment, and play, and develop. Would I have to attend some sort of sanctioned institution to fall under some educational exemption. I don't have the money or time. The educational value of learning how to pick a lock; how the lock works. I LOVE this type of thing. As a past time, hobby, almost lifestyle. I break WEP, WPA on myself with friends; as in, on each other. I was working for a WISP I had to know this stuff. I've never done anything nefarious; So if I study this, and play with it am I still a criminal?
> Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 19:40:37 -0400
> From: unsolicited at swiz.ca
> To: kwlug-disc at kwlug.org
> Subject: Re: [kwlug-disc] are you going to be a criminal?
> Chris Frey wrote, On 06/04/2010 7:13 PM:
> > But the industry's desired impact is incompatible with the public's needs
> > and rights.
> The public has no need or rights except those that they grant or deny
> themselves through parliament. (Not strictly true - you have the right
> to do anything that isn't prohibited.)
> The industry, understandably, is advocating their monopoly and
> preservation and increase of their profits.
> If all politics is a compromise ...
> Like I said, immovable object, unstoppable force. Or chicken and egg.
> If this bill keeps coming back, and the digital lock issue is still
> present, and it will keep coming back until industry gets its way ...
> you must change industry such that they stop putting so much pressure
> on politicians, so politicians can vote down the current proposal.
> Some industry acceptable compromise must be reached or this issue will
> never go away.
> I don't like it, and I don't know how to solve it, but I suspect the
> is all true.
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