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e-victims support service

Posted by malcolm on Monday, September 22nd, 2008 at 11:09 is a new service intended to provide support for Internet users who have been victims of e-crime, or who think they might have been but aren’t sure (for example, those who have seen an upsetting web site, but don’t know if the content is actually illegal).

Behind are Jennifer and Roland Perry - Roland was once Director of Public Policy at LINX. They are promoting their new service to ISPs as an independent body to which concerned customers can be referred, potentially saving many hours of customer support, for which they charge a subscription. They believe the existence of a service like this could reduce government impetus to introduce greater regulation on ISPs. A Powerpoint presentation sets out their proposition.

With over 770 members connecting from over 76 different countries worldwide, LINX members have access to direct routes from a large number of diverse international peering partners.

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