I figured this may make for an interesting debate. I have to think about it a bit before I know how I feel for sure.

-> The Issue In Question <-

This idea, put simply, is to monitor the Internet for new viruses, worms, or trojans. They may be network-based or email-borne. Based on TruSecure's proven Ballistic Threat Model, these new attacks will be assessed to determine if they will represent a significant wide-spread threat. Each year there are approximately 10-20 such attacks. The attack will be profiled, and a method determined, so Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can accurately (99.99%) identify it, and given to them. From that point forward, ISPs will be expected to drop the attack traffic from their networks. When fines are levied from that point depends on the method of attack
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