(06-19-2015, 03:45 PM)RiderOfKarma Wrote:
(06-19-2015, 03:41 PM)gooner4life Wrote:
(06-19-2015, 03:34 PM)RiderOfKarma Wrote: What do you mean about the illegal property and possesion, I don't follow the way you stated it. What was released?
Nice timeline here
Basically, it's about your online rights in your country. If the Feds hack your server, you can claim privacy rights violation. However, let's say you're not doing something legal on them (This could even be a torrent). Now, either you get evidence of it thrown out or accept that it is your server, in which case the Feds can just trace something to the server and you've accepted that it is yours.
It's a huge issue potentially, as this ruling sets a precedent (Sorry, didn't explain it very well, can't think of how to make it simple)
No that clears it up really well. That fucking sucks. Who's to say they can't hack and plant shit on you and claim the same 'possesion' right?
There's also the issue of how your tech experts can prove anything for your side as well
Again, this case was a very evil man who went to jail, pretty much attempted murder as well, so no sympathies for this man, but the precedent set is wrong. The Feds had more than enough proof to nail him without THAT specific proof. However, they pushed for it, and have this precedent now
Back to my point, even if the tech experts prove they hacked it, even downloading via torrents can have a jail sentence. And so, your chances of proving anything either way are going to be hard. Besides that, the Feds can seize your computer, etc. That restricts your lawyer or any tech expert's access to it too
Also, if you follow the time line and the entire sting, he was entrapped into asking for murder by a Fed Agent the 2nd time. The guy who he wanted dead was a Fed agent, the guy who he asked to kill was also a Fed agent.