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  • Hacking Meeting at my house

    IF you are interested please let me know.

  • #2
    Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

    you serious?

    I return whatever i wish . Its called FREEDOWM OF RANDOMNESS IN A HECK . CLUSTERED DEFEATED CORn FORUM . Welcome to me

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    • #3
      Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

      Originally posted by noid View Post
      you serious?
      Yahoo Serious?
      Nonnumquam cupido magnas partes Interretis vincendi me corripit

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      • #4
        Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

        Will punch and pie be served?
        Aut disce aut discede

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        • #5
          Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

          Originally posted by AlxRogan View Post
          Will punch and pie be served?
          Chips & Dip? Chains & whips?

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          • #6
            Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

            Originally posted by AlxRogan View Post
            Will punch and pie be served?
            I hope no bad people come <Insert ruff guitar riff here>
            "Never Underestimate the Power of Stupid People in Large Groups"

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            • #7
              Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

              Kick It!!!

              I return whatever i wish . Its called FREEDOWM OF RANDOMNESS IN A HECK . CLUSTERED DEFEATED CORn FORUM . Welcome to me

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              • #8
                Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                Having never attended a hacking meeting I am at a loss as to what is the proper attire. Will this be a casual meeting or will it be a black tie affair? One more thing, will I need any special equipment such as my "Little Orphan Annie Secret Decoder Ring"? Before Noid bans me...Honest, I did a seach of the forum and a Google, I couldn't find the answer to my questions anywhere.
                I enjoy talking to myself...it's usually the only intelligent conversations I get to have.

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                • #9
                  Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                  If you invite a federal employee in Law Enforcement or a police officer into your home, even if you don't know they are a law enforcement officer and they don't identify themself as such, can any observations made by them be admitted into evidence in court, or at least be used to support acquiring a search warrant?

                  Whoops. I'm sorry about that. You don't need to answer that. I guess the above paragraph is not really on-topic here, but I'll leave my mistake here in this thread.

                  Have a great time at the meeting! ]:>

                  Oh yes. And to continue with what noid said:

                  "You have to fight, for your right, to..."

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                  • #10
                    Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                    Originally posted by Floydr47 View Post
                    Having never attended a hacking meeting I am at a loss as to what is the proper attire. Will this be a casual meeting or will it be a black tie affair?
                    There might be additional attention to this hacker meeting if it was clothes optional, or maybe not...
                    Nonnumquam cupido magnas partes Interretis vincendi me corripit

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                    • #11
                      Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                      Originally posted by erehwon View Post
                      There might be additional attention to this hacker meeting if it was clothes optional, or maybe not...
                      hack-her - hahahahaha
                      "Never Underestimate the Power of Stupid People in Large Groups"

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                      • #12
                        Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                        Originally posted by TheCotMan
                        If you invite a federal employee in Law Enforcement or a police officer into your home, even if you don't know they are a law enforcement officer and they don't identify themself as such, can any observations made by them be admitted into evidence in court, or at least be used to support acquiring a search warrant?
                        That is an interesting question, TCM. I asked a friend of mine with the local sheriff's office and he assured me that undercover agents in our area use this tactic frequently in drug related cases. What the officer observes, if it is in plain sight, is admissable in court, (as well as any conversations that take place), and also may be used to obtain search warrants. An officer of the law does not have to identify himself as such to a suspected criminal, even if asked if he is an officer of the law. Officers are allowed to engage in "roleplay" in order to make arrests (i.e., "sting operations" for prostitution, drug enforcement, and the ever popular "hire the hitman who is an undercover cop"). An undercover officer does not even have to appear in court to give testamony in some jurisdictions, he/she can give testamony by affidavit, in order to protect the integrity of an on-going investigation or to protect the identity of the undercover officer. Be careful who you invite into your home if you engage in illegal activities because once you invite someone in then you have effectively given up your "right to privacy".

                        An excellent example of this is the current trend of police officers posing as young girls/boys in on-line chatrooms in order to catch child predators. What the predator believes to privleged communication, e-mails, phone calls, etc. become evidence in the case even though the "young girl/boy" does not really exist. The intent to commit the crime does.
                        Floydr47
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                        Last edited by Floydr47; March 9, 2007, 07:20.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                          Originally posted by Floydr47 View Post
                          An officer of the law does not have to identify himself as such to a suspected criminal, even if asked if he is an officer of the law.
                          so is it purely a hollywood and TV myth whenever you see the suspect or prostitute say something like, "i'll ask you plainly... are you a cop? because you have to tell me if you are."

                          it was my understanding (and not just from the evidence of the tee vee box) that LEOs can (and routinely do) use all manner of deception, role play, and withholding of the truth when interacting with suspects -- and this is legal -- but pointed questions as to whether or not a given individual is law enforcement must be answered if criminal activity is being solicited (particularly this applies to drug deals and prostitution) otherwise evidence gained can be thrown out on an entrapment or coercion basis.

                          seems rather silly, i'll admit... if it's true it makes me wonder why every call girl in the country doesn't merely have an opening -- and admittedly un-romantic -- ritual wherein they state plainly (perhaps in lawyer-prepared language) "are you currently working for or directly on the behalf or any law enforcement or government agency or are you here in any police capacity whatsoever?"

                          i've never heard a hooker do that, though.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                            Originally posted by Deviant Ollam View Post
                            it was my understanding (and not just from the evidence of the tee vee box) that LEOs can (and routinely do) use all manner of deception, role play, and withholding of the truth when interacting with suspects -- and this is legal -- but pointed questions as to whether or not a given individual is law enforcement must be answered if criminal activity is being solicited (particularly this applies to drug deals and prostitution) otherwise evidence gained can be thrown out on an entrapment or coercion basis.
                            I'm sure Thorn will chime in and set us straight, but I believe the courts have generally given law enforcement wide latitude in these matters. If they *were* required to answer a pointed question truthfully, potential criminals would ask pointed questions.

                            Doing a little perusing I found cases where police were permitted to lie about evidence to have a suspect incriminate themselves (i.e., "we have your DNA at the scene of the crime").

                            The general legal consensus seems to be: the police can say what they want, the key is that you have a right *not* to answer questions; and you have a right to have a lawyer present.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Hacking Meeting at my house

                              Originally posted by theprez98 View Post
                              The general legal consensus seems to be: the police can say what they want, the key is that you have a right *not* to answer questions; and you have a right to have a lawyer present.

                              Along with that, the basis would seem to be, do you have the right to know that you are being questioned/searched/giving up search and seizure protections to a LEO vs non-LEO? This might touch on Miranda rights and when a LEO is considered to be "questioning" a subject

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