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Re: [Full-disclosure] US pres election was hacked away by Dumbya&cabal.
From: mike lieman (mikeliemanbarryscott.com)
Date: Thu Mar 10 2005 - 11:02:10 CST
Todd Towles wrote:
>Freedom of relevaent issues, this isn't relevaent to the list, it is
>only there to start hate and take away from other security related
>issues that matter. Do you not agree? The list charter talks about
>this..political post are discouraged. Or at least in the old charer =)
--- From current Charter ---
Any information pertaining to vulnerabilities is acceptable, for
instance announcement and discussion thereof, exploit techniques and
code, related tools and papers, and other useful information.
Gratuitous advertisement, product placement, or self-promotion is
forbidden. Disagreements, flames, arguments, and off-topic discussion
should be taken off-list wherever possible.
Humour is acceptable in moderation, providing it is inoffensive.
Politics should be avoided at all costs.
So, if a security topic involves politics, it's off-topic? I'd just
like some clarification of this.
What's more important, clearing up the fraud rampent in U.S. elections,
or avoiding the issue?
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