FBI after spyware king

  georgemac 06:24 11 Oct 04

click here hope they nail him

  spuds 11:08 11 Oct 04

This is old hat stuff. The US law enforcement agencies have known about this man for ages. There are other similar people, also well known for their questionable internet activities, but the damage was allowed to progress at the rate that it as, and very little was done.

The same rule applies to the UK and other government bodies, in the fact that the locations and people responsible are perhaps well documented somewhere.The commercial business world and general public have suffered far to long,and it is about time that these people were 'bought to book'.But there again, I suppose it would take an army or two of legal experts, to see if there were any illegal activities undertaken, with fears of Human Rights being violated.

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