Difference between revisions of "Questions for EFF"

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* At what point can the organization be held liable for the actions of members or non-members while in or out of the space?
 
* At what point can the organization be held liable for the actions of members or non-members while in or out of the space?
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* How much information, if any, are we required to give to an organization which accuses us of wrongdoing? Example: a company claims someone hacked them from NB and wants information about everyone who was at the space at the time.

Revision as of 21:18, 23 November 2009

  • Can you legally delete all the logs from your site every night? Is it legal to keep no logs for a site that allows unfiltered user generated content?
  • Is the GPL a contract or a license?
  • Where is the line between satire and libel? If you write terrible things about someone on the Internet, at what point are you culpable?
  • How could I publicly write an open source botnet, with my name on it, without being a target for prosecution or paralegal harassment?
  • Can officialdom of any sort confiscate Noisebridge and/or other individuals' equipment if they think some person in the space is breaking the law?
  • If we were to have Deep Crack in the space, would this present any problems for non-US citizens? (The whole non-export of crypto thing, ITAR I believe)
  • At what point can the organization be held liable for the actions of members or non-members while in or out of the space?
  • How much information, if any, are we required to give to an organization which accuses us of wrongdoing? Example: a company claims someone hacked them from NB and wants information about everyone who was at the space at the time.