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National Assembly Source of E-mail Graffiti

Mar 08,2000
Recent verbal attacks sent to the "Citizen's Coalition for the 2000 General Election" webpage have been tracked to a National Assembly building computer.
On March 3 and 4, six e-mails containing swearing and insults were sent by an 'anonymous' person to the NGO's website. The NGO coalition said on March 7, "We tracked down the IP (Internet protocol address - the originating computer) from our website and the numbers turned out to be the same as those of computers found on the fourth to sixth floors of offices inside the National Assembly. The National Assembly must find the person who sent this verbal abuse by March 10 and make the person publicly apologize."
Coalition spokesman Chang Won criticized the anonymous writer, "It is shocking that an elected member of Congress could come up with such illogical and absurd words. It is an insult to Korea's 10 million Internet users."
An official in charge of computers and information at the National Assembly commented, "The person in question covered their tracks by erasing their 'login' name, so finding the person will be virtually impossible." But, he added, "We will send a notice to everyone here warning that this incident should not be repeated."




by Lee Sok-ho




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