FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the internet.
Businesses, governments, and individuals rightly are concerned about potentially becoming victims of Cyber crimes and attacks.
However, should there also be worry that the blame for such crimes and attacks could be directed to the innocent who had no intent and took no affirmative action in furtherance of evil deeds?
Maybe. Let's explore a hypothetical. Assume that a disgruntled Cyber terrorist on a remote mountain top wants to wreak havoc on a major commercial Web site.