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Date:      Mon, 17 Jan 2000 22:25:20 +0000
From:      Steve Darrall <steve@haagen-dazs.org>
To:        "David Schwartz" <davids@webmaster.com>
Cc:        "freebsd-chat" <chat@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   RE: funny repair remark
Message-ID:  <4.3.0.25.20000117220904.00bfabd0@pop.clara.net>
In-Reply-To: <000001bf6135$00de68c0$021d85d1@youwant.to>
References:  <4.3.0.25.20000117210111.00c5d670@pop.clara.net>

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Who says they were looking for child porn? Maybe they were looking for porn 
of a more (legally, not necessarily morally) acceptable kind, came across 
the child porn and reported it to the police.

If you find a knife used as a murder weapon (you don't know its a murder 
weapon at the time, but it looks dangerous, so you do the public spirited 
thing before someone hurts themself) in the street, pick it up and take it 
to a police station, would you want to be arrested for committing the murder?

Steve

At 01:51 PM 1/17/00 -0800, David Schwartz wrote:

> > If PCWorld (like CompUSA, but in the UK) are anything to go by,
> > its pretty
> > likely that they do.
> >
> > Gary Glitter was caught with kiddie porn on his PC when he took
> > it into PC
> > World to be umm errr serviced.
> >
> > Surely the staff wouldn't search for *.jpg on every customer's PC
> > they got
> > would they? ;)
>
>         So how is the computer store looking for kiddy porn on Gary's 
> computer,
>finding it, and viewing it any different from Gary doing the same thing on
>the 'Net?
>
>         DS



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