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Tue Sep 13 14:42:33 BST 2011
In article <20110913134128.00002878 at surtees.fenrir.org.uk>, Brian
Morrison <bdm at fenrir.org.uk> writes
>> If the sender made a mistake and the researchers got the email by
>> mistake, then they would be innocent - but that's not what happened,
>> they got the emails intentionally.
>So if there were a long-established domain that had received
>mis-addressed emails and allowed access to them for research purposes
>that wouldn't be intentional?
Another tricky question (mainly about the 'intent'). But the researchers
aren't committing any offence by reading them, if someone else made them
available (as far as I know).
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