Justin M. Streiner
streiner at cluebyfour.org
Mon Dec 31 16:09:02 UTC 2007
On Mon, 31 Dec 2007, Leigh Porter wrote:
> Stasiniewicz, Adam wrote:
>> I am 99.9% sure that after successfully hosting websites for Al-Qaeda
> for over 3 years (on US based servers, by US citizens, living in the US)
> they are not going to care much about some SSH port scan.
> Isn't this what you folks call "freedom of speech" ?
There are exceptions to that particular freedom, and many of those
exceptions have pretty well-established legal precedents. The First
Amendment has been well tested in court.
I would think that a website operating inside the US that is providing a
communications channel for terrorist groups that have an established
pattern of wanting to harm the interests of the US and other countries
would fall into one of those well tested exemptions, particularly after
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