[Novalug] OT: Where to take an important discovery involving international crime
matt at matt-good.net
Fri Feb 9 01:41:27 EST 2007
On Thu, 2007-02-08 at 21:30 -0500, gregory pryzby wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 08, 2007 at 09:23:17PM -0500, Ben Creitz wrote:
> > Say I write some script that spiders a bunch of sites and is able to
> > correlate the data found in such a way that a big important secret
> > involving international crime emerges. Where is the first place I
> > should take the secret (besides Slashdot, hehe)?
> > I have not made any discovery, by the way. But in case one of us does...
> I am intrigued.
> I would consider the crime discovered and what you thought the 'just'
> outcome should be when weighing the options.
> This is not the order I would consider, but it is an order
> Homeland Security
I think that criminal investigations are more in the realm of the FBI.
I don't know how things are coordinated when multiple countries are
involved, but I'm sure the FBI would know the proper protocol for
dealing with that.
> Scotland Yard
> 'local' authorities where the 'brains' are located
> I am sure there are many more...
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