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How to foil terror e-mails

A News.com reader writes that it is now well known that the terrorists have been using free e-mail accounts from Yahoo and Hotmail.

 

  
How to foil terror e-mails

In response to the Oct. 8 column by Mike Kelly, "We need an eWPA, and fast:"

It is now well known that the terrorists have been using free e-mail accounts from Yahoo and Hotmail.

One good way to disrupt them would be to have Hotmail, Yahoo and the rest make a coordinated dump of existing accounts and make everyone start over with a new e-mail address. This would create a major inconvenience, but the result would be well worth it because it would cut off terrorist e-mail communications and effectively stop any coordinated attacks being planned.

In fact, these people would probably never be able to recreate their current communication levels.

Chris Carl
Boynton Beach, Fla.