black hat .cn networks

Henry R. Linneweh linneweh at
Tue May 1 03:46:25 UTC 2001

pfffff I have seen it all now, this event came out like 3 weeks ago and I
yet to see any major attacks from China, I think no one wants trouble and

china has enacted some rather strict laws to prevent such activity.

I read a lot of press and china does have some propaganda mills as
does any country.

I believe if we react to this, we are serving obsolete cold war interests
will become instruments in harming the US economy. We are in a peace time
economy, where most product designers want to remain. This issue is not
open for debate.

Report incidents to China Telecom for determination and prosecution.

No I am not chinese, I am just an American who would rather promote
good will, rather than obsolete policy.

Lets move away from this, it sux

Dan Hollis wrote:

> On Mon, 30 Apr 2001, Mike Leber wrote:
> > This is preposterous rubbish.
> > So some fringe group says they are going to do a protest and so you
> > promote blocking a whole country?
> Its been a long time coming actually. "the last straw" you might say.
> -Dan


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