[KS] Re: Status of Online Dictionaries
adam&eve at henny-savenije.demon.nl
Thu Jun 21 15:13:04 EDT 2001
Dear Chuck, (and everyone else on the list who might experience similar
A year ago I discovered by coincidence a site who had copied material from
my site without acknowledging the source. In those days I was teaching a
lawyer and addressed the problem to him. He told me that the ministry of
justice had a special department for internet related delinquencies and he
informed them about the issue.
The problem was solved in no time. So I guess that if, in the case of the
hacker, someone will inform the ministry of justice, steps will be taken.
If I am not mistaken, I remember that in case of the Japanese history
textbook issue, a lot of hackers attacked Japanese sites as well. According
to the ministry of justice nobody filed a formal complaint, so they
couldn't do anything.
I hope this helps
At 05:20 PM 6/21/01 +0900, Charles Muller wrote a lot, but also:
>But if there is anyone on the list who has a connection with Korea
>Telecom, the Korean authorities or diplomatic corp, who can help
>out here, it would be deeply appreciated.
Henny (Lee Hae Kang)
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