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Tuesday, February 06, 2007

International Fraud Law

The internet is unfortunately rife with fraudulent emailings. This would be somewhat tolerable if it were merely viagra or some porn site. But emails requesting your SSN or bank account number and speaking of false offers of millions of dollars [pounds, euros, yen, yuan, etc] are felonious conspiracies that would earn their perpetrators lifetimes in prison.

These crimes must not go unanswered. Internet traffic passes through Virginia. IP addresses can be recorded and mass mailings often are difficult to conceal. The UN or another international organization should pass laws agreed to by all [or most] countries and enforce them in those regions. Every nation with internet can agree that these emails are crime and intended to deceive, and work together to rid the world of fraudulent mail.


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