[citation][nom]rohitbaran[/nom]Well, this will teach people that they should behave online when doing business, or otherwise. Or maybe it will not.[/citation]
I'm thinking it won't. There's still a strong disconnect between cyberspace and reality when it's obvious to most of us here that what happens on the internet doesn't exactly stay on the internet.
[citation][nom]Bluescreendeath[/nom]The government didn't care when she asked for help...now they care when it's front page news since all they want is the publicity.[/citation]
Probably more accurate would be that they don't want negative publicity.
You know I sort of see where this guy was coming from not that I agree with him or defend him for his actions. Customers when they are wrong should be treated as such. Of course by no means
does this make Mr Borker right. As he often sold counterfeit items in the first place.Threatening violence or sexual assault of course is going way to far as well.