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ZDNet: Donations flood in for 'guilty' security researcher Mar 02 2006 06:40AM
Topi Ylinen (topi ylinen hushmail com) (1 replies)
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Donations flood in for 'guilty' security researcher

By Munir Kotadia, ZDNet Australia

Security expert Guillaume Tena, who was last week ordered to pay a
fine of 14,300 euros for breach of French copyright law after
publishing information about security vulnerabilities in an anti-
virus application, has already collected around half the money in
donations after appealing for help on his Web site.

http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/security/soa/Donations_flood_in_for_gui
lty_security_researcher/0,2000061744,39241053,00.htm

(Sorry about the split URL.)

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RE: ZDNet: Donations flood in for 'guilty' security researcher Mar 02 2006 03:15PM
David Dominick (dominickda corp earthlink net)


 

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