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Pragmatically, on your server side, there is nothing about an http request from a computer program that is any different than one typed manually, so if the "robot" doesn't intend to honor your demand, …
answered Dec 17 '15 by dwoz
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Think of this another way: ExxonMobil is an international corporation. Why should they have to comply with the sovereign laws of some small country they do business within?
answered Dec 17 '15 by dwoz
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Very interesting question!!!!! Of course, one of the answers is that there have been many, many laws drafted and passed over the intervening century, that affect the agency of a privileged intermedia …
answered Jan 16 '16 by dwoz
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From the sound of it, you have stated that you gained access to school data, possibly including private information about other students, professors, schedules, grades, disciplinary information, finan …
answered Aug 23 '15 by dwoz