Here we go again - ISP DPI, but is it interception?

Clive D.W. Feather clive at
Fri Jul 30 11:15:02 BST 2010

Charles Lindsey said:
> Once they have a list of addresses of sites, they they are perfectly  
> entitled to visit those sites (as is anybody else) and to probe them for  
> malware.

No they aren't. You may recall that, a couple of years ago, someone was
convicted of computer misuse because he probed a site for malware - to be
precise, he put "/.." on an URL.

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