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Microsoft Unveils state-of-the-art Cybercrime Center

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. Solidstate89

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    They don't work alone. They've always worked with law enforcement agencies like the FBI when sinkholing and bringing down the past botnets. They even filed a civil lawsuit against the owner/creator of the Kelihos botnet after they sunk it.

    They have plenty of authority when they're backed up by the FBI's cybercrime division.
     
  2. HopelesslyFaithful New Member

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    Hold on....where did my pocket Constitution and Declaration of Independence go.....might as well shred/burn it after what has happened in the last 10-20 years -_-

    Oh where oh where have my natural born rights have gone? Ah that is right...the federal government has destroyed them. All for the children no matter at the cost. Long live statism. HMM or whatever your name is. You can take your statism tyranny somewhere else.
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Fighting crime is bad. Got it.
     
  4. HopelesslyFaithful New Member

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    hardly...fighting crime while throwing out the Bill of Rights is a bad thing.

    EDIT: Along with arbitrarily enforcing the law and saying you are just doing your job....pathetic.

    The lawman can not be trusted....the law man is in it for his own gain...whether career or civil forfeiture. The law man is a goon of a corrupt state....countless examples exist.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacobsu...-with-the-police-probe-of-david-eckerts-guts/

    oh those terrible evil non existent drugs. The lawman always have our best interests in mind....because we don't know whats good for ourselves. -_-
     
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    Really? What about Gary McKinnon. He was accused of hacking NASA computers. USA tormented him through the legal system for a decade and tried to have him extradited from Britain to face trial.
     
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    You say "legally" but it wasn't legal. They claim it was legal but once again....Founding documents+shredder=today's USA
     
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    When I say legally. I don't mean right/wrong.

    I mean USA pursued him through the legal system or court system. I have edited my post.


    I agree there was no law to justify any extradition.
     
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    Due process and right to a fair trial were thrown out....so much for that natural born right aye?
     
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  10. erocker

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    Um.. The disturbing and disgusting off topic conversation will cease.

    Stick to the topic.

    Post in a civil and preferably tasteful manner.

    We are keeping an eye on some of you. :wtf:
     
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