Monday, October 05, 2009

Labour PPC proposes Harman should break the law

Some may remember that last week Harriet Harman called on the Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, to shut down the rather odd, but uniquely interwebby site, PunterNet. PunterNet, for those who do not know, is a site hosted in the US where people can post reviews of their experiences with prostitutes. PunterNet has responded pointing out that shutting it down would be uncostitutional.

However, what is interesting is what Tom Miller, the Labour PPC for Woking has written a post on LabourHome commenting on the fact that the site is not illegal in the US and that,
Harman might have been better off launching a DDOS operation
One presumes he has not read the Police and Justice Act 2006 which criminalised such action. Mind you, given that Harman appears to have already broken some Labour laws, perhaps she'd be up for it?

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