Better a fine line than no line.
And consider a prudent person who wants to survey _his own property_
without announcing the location of the camera to any punk with a can of
spray paint (and such people exist, and (having recently been robbed
twice) I can imagine being one)...
Oh, don't bother, clearly you're right and I'm wrong.
Thanks so much for straightening me out on this.
Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> Michael M. Butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on Friday, January 07, 2000
> > Take a look around http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/ ,
> > http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/scstore/sitepages/hobby/fedpage2.htm
> > and
> > http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/18/2512.html
> > Feel free to not change your mind. *Shrug*.
> > ...I invite you to factor out the 2600 Magazine phreak/cracker component
> > from the link I first gave. I managed to, somehow.
> Most ham radio operators don't need to hide miniature transmitters that are
> disguised as clocks or smoke detectors. And there is a fine line between
> selling an illegal devices and selling Radio Shack parts and instructions to
> make an illegal device.
> Harvey Newstrom <http://harveynewstrom.com>
> Certified Consultant, Legal Hacker, Engineer, Research Scientist, Author.
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