Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Security pros work to undo teacher's conviction

Security pros work to undo teacher's conviction Robert Lemos, SecurityFocus 2007-02-02 - "Researchers led by the head of a Florida anti-spyware firm aim to recreate what caused a Connecticut school's classroom computer to start displaying pornographic pop-ups in October 2004, an incident that recently led to four felony convictions for the substitute teacher involved."

This is one of those times when I wish I could bust a few heads. Sometimes I forget just how stupid people can be. If I were that teacher, once this idiotic conviction is overturned I'd sue the hell out of everyone; the school, the DA, the State, the jury... And I'd sue the living daylights out of Microsoft as well. Yes, I know that none of the suits would come to anything but it's the principle. This conviction makes Judge Roy Bean look downright Salomonesque. This is even worst that what happened to Randall Schwartz.

May the gods help us!

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