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UK spurns CD-R tax

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UK spurns CD-R tax

The British Terrorism Act 2000, having passed Monday, may be interpreted to make hackers the legal equivalent of terrorists according to some analysts. Under the new law, manipulations of public computer systems that endanger lives will be punished under the UK’s antiterrorism law.

Read more at zdnet.co.uk,theregister.co.uk,theregister.co.uk and nwfusion.com.

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