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RE: Final Draft?
This is darn good work! You all managed to address my issues so I just rode along and observed mostly. This appears as good a place to finish up as any to me. -mike -----Original Message----- From: Dave Mann [mailto:dmann@BINDVIEW.COM] Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 10:09 AM To: email@example.com Cc: Gene Spafford Subject: Final Draft? Gene Spafford wrote: > The word "since" means "time since" and not causality. Great catch!!! New Changes: * Replaced the word "since" as suggested - see aragraphs 2 and 5 * Further strengthened 2nd sentance in 2nd paragraph - replaced "the education of ... specialists may be hindered" with "the education of ... specialists will be hindered" Spaf offered: > I do not believe the letter needs to be further shortened. I think > it is ready to go. I agree. -- ============================================================== Dave Mann || e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Security Analyst || phone: 508-485-7737 x254 BindView Corporation || fax: 508-485-0737 ============================================================== Greetings: As leading security practitioners, educators, vendors, and users of information security, we wish to register our misgivings about the Council of Europe draft treaty on Crime in Cyberspace. We are concerned that portions of the proposed treaty may result in criminalizing techniques and software commonly used to make computer systems resistant to attack. Signatory states passing legislation to implement the treaty may endanger the security of their computer systems because computer users in those countries will not be able to adequately protect their computer systems and the education of information protection specialists will be hindered. -----------snip---------------