Monday, April 2, 2012

Dear INTERPOL, you continue to ignore practicality

Today's Networkworld story (see here) continues to ignore the reality of cybercrime and cyberwarfare in general. While you're looking for more international laws, your methodology of getting "signoff" from prosecutors by going country to country is curiously quaint:
Noble said in order to overcome legal hurdles involved with Operation Unmask, INTERPOL went directly to prosecutors in the countries concerned to ensure that available evidence would be admissible in court.
You take days and weeks to get sign off for responses to a war that takes place in milliseconds? Get serious. What you truly need is one country to authorize immediate and disproportional response by licensed and bonded cyber privateers who abide by the Cyber Privateer Code (see here). Period.

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Implementation suggestions for THE MORGAN DOCTRINE are most welcome. What are the "Got'chas!"? What questions would some future Cyber Privateering Czar have to answer about this in a Senate confirmation hearing?