ITU getting serious about botnets
Posted Nov 30, 2007 1:44 UTC (Fri) by brouhaha
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The ITU most certainly does NOT give legal advice. That should be perfectly clear to anyone that's ever actually dealt with the ITU.
It is far from clear that it is necessary or helpful for anyone to give countries legal advice on dealing with botnets. However, if it were necessary, there is still no obvious reason that the ITU (or any other part of the UN) is particularly well-suited for that function. It is not the case that advice on changing laws must come from a governmental organization or the UN; in fact the vast majority of such advice that legislators receive is NOT from such sources.
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