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SubjectRe: [ADMIN] some list related topics ..

Matt said someone was diverting email. diverting or intercepting email
is a crime in the US.
Perhaps Matt was wrong?

:-)

Jeff

"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:
>
> Followup to: <39EF5F4C.638A3C59@timpanogas.org>
> By author: "Jeff V. Merkey" <jmerkey@timpanogas.org>
> In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> >
> > If someone committs a crime in the US, and you don't report it, you have
> > also just committed another one by failing to report it (like if you
> > witness a murder, and turn and walk away). Some of us (not you) are
> > designated as "officers of the court" and have a legal obligtion to do
> > so. I am not the damaged party, so I should not, but interfereing with
> > email routing is a serious crime in the US, BTW.
> >
>
> This is downright silly. There is no "interfering with email routing"
> going on... just someone who has set up their email .forward to a
> broken address.
>
> -hpa
> --
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