> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Li [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> I guess, on legal terms, one can be proven guilty without
> proven intent...
Before we wander off track, let me point out that the "intent" in
our discussion as I used it has no legal implication whatsoever.
It's for characterizing problems, i.e. threat determination,
for the purpose of finding the appropriate solutions.
E.g. if someone gets Anthrax from a farm, then send him to the doctor.
If he gets it from some funny mail, then call law enforcement right
Note that in either case the person is sick, but only the latter is
a *security problem* that calls for *security solution*.
Digital Island, a Cable & Wireless company
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