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Anti-Piracy Commission Urges Congress to Consider New Options
Written by Angelo Castigliola   
May 28, 2013 at 12:13 AM

The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property provided an 89 page report to Congress which suggests ways to fight hackers/piracy.  Some of the recommendations from the report:

software can be written that will allow only authorized users to open files containing valuable information. If an unauthorized person accesses the information, a range of actions might then occur. For example, the file could be rendered inaccessible and the unauthorized user’s computer could be locked down, with instructions on how to contact law enforcement to get the password needed to unlock the account. Such measures do not violate existing laws on the use of the Internet, yet they serve to blunt attacks and stabilize a cyber incident to provide both time and evidence for law enforcement to become involved.

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