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Re: Are booby-trapped computers legal?



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> There is no self defense argument where the purpose is not to prevent
> physical harm. 


If this were a political philosophy list I would state that self-defense
justification often extends to property (As I believe it should).  Since 
this is a cryptography-and-social-changes-thereof list I will refrain...


> People who go round drawing parallels to gun ownership and cryptography 
> ownership are simply playing into the governments hands.
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No!  Stop!  Don't say it!  PLEASE go post this message to 
alt.security, talk.politics.guns and alt.fan.david-sternlight and keep it 
away from this list...


Bryce (toss in alt.flame while you are at it...)

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