Michael Mooney releases another worm: Law Enforcement / Intelligence Agency's do nothing

Cord MacLeod cordmacleod at gmail.com
Sat Apr 18 00:06:27 CDT 2009

You are exactly right Randy.

from	Randy Bush <randy at psg.com>
to	Franck Martin <franck at genius.com>
cc	74attendees at ietf.org
date	Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 4:47 PM
subject	Re: [74attendees] IETF attendee from Italy or Hong Kong --  
visa issue

 > Yes Stockholm is first but as it seemed to be an issue with Asia  
 > to the USA, Hiroshima is likely the meeting than most Asian will be
 > able to attend with less visas problems?

i am not sure about north koreans, but i am not aware that there would
be problems for others.  but i am not sure.

and in many venues there are also significant problems with various
middle-eastern, north african, and gulf countries.  this is aside from
the israelis keeping the palestinians imprisoned in their own country.

On Apr 17, 2009, at 9:56 PM, Randy Bush wrote:

>> So if Al-Qaeda blow up a shopping centre and the guy who masterminded
>> it turns out to be 17 he gets a job in MI5?
> what is more fun than a net vigilante?  a ranting and raving  
> hyperbolic
> net vigilante.

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