james2 at jfirth.net
Tue Sep 13 10:04:38 BST 2011
> Would the activity of these researchers (or malicious counterparts) be
> an interception in the UK; and as they've modified the public DNS to do
> this, is it an interception on a public network and therefore criminal?
"Modified the public DNS", in that they lawfully purchased internet
They may have violated trademarks, or indeed be guilty of fraud
(?impersonation?), but don't see how this can be interception.
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