Being safe on the internet (was Re: Here we go again - ISP DPI, but is it interception?)
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Wed Aug 4 17:31:36 BST 2010
In article <op.vgw21f126hl8nm at clerew.man.ac.uk>, Charles Lindsey
<chl at clerew.man.ac.uk> writes
>> Although I am aware that this falls foul of the Law Enforcement model
>>that if you stumble over an unlocked door, that doesn't mean you are
>>allowed to open it and go inside. Although I might characterise it
>>more as looking through a window where someone has failed to draw
>But where there is a well understood convention/understanding that
>unlocked doors in a particular street inply an invitation to enter,
>that would not apply.
>In the case of the WWW, that convention is widely understood to apply.
As it is (or perhaps used to be - I'm showing my age) in Oxbridge
college rooms. "Sporting the Oak" being the reverse.
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