I mean, if North Korea can get into Sony's network, why can't Anonymous?
"We'll give your community 'internet service', but you're only allowed to use MSN" Isn't my idea of of improved service.
If you want to improve service, then stop banning communities from putting together their own ISP's. If AT+T doesn't want to service the South Bronx, then the South Bronx Community Association should be able to run it's own community internet service.
Sec. 1519. Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations and bankruptcy
``Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.
The grouper was a tangible object which was evidence of an offense committed in the course of a federally regulated commercial activity. It was concealed in the ocean and/or falsified (the bigger fish was falsely represented as the offending fish) with the intent of frustrating the investigation for which they were explicitly entrusted with the evidence.
It's also not uncommon to have an offense covered by more than one statute. If I shoot someone in the head, that could qualify as either criminal negligence, aggravated assault or attempted murder (among others), depending on the related evidence and/or the mood of the prosecutor. Which statute the crime is prosecuted under is not the choice of the accused.
It's a long, and sortid process.. The reason why Haiti is so poor is that France forced them to pay billions of dollars (in todays terms) in damages for the loss of their 'property' (i.e. freeing themselves from slavery). They ended up deforesting the country to pay for their freedom, and they haven;t really recovered since. It sucks to be a colonial serf.
..... . As such, the lesson taught was very much a "just don't get caught next time" one.
Who even cares about getting caught... They still got skilled technical work done at <10% above the local minimum wage. No matter how you spin it, it was still a massive deal.
The capability should remain off until such time as the user decides that (s)he wants to enable it -- and then only until the user turns it off (My preference would be to see it turn itself off after a certain period of time in the absence of user action.
It should also be noted that they promise to add/remove features all the time. This doesn't necessarily mean that they will also do it.
Besides -- if there really is a need to turn on keylogging and video capture, it should be under the explicit control of the user and only for as long as the user enables it for debugging purposes.
There is. of course, the problem that if the data is there, it makes life SOOOO Much easier on a malware author who no longer needs to install a key logger.. All they need to do is transmit the pre-existing keylogger 'debug' file to their C+C site to extract a (test) user's banking and password information.
The mystery continues.