[ncc-services-wg] @EXT: RE: Get a warrant or direct request ?
Marcolla, Sara Veronica Sara.Marcolla at europol.europa.eu
Wed Oct 10 15:33:50 CEST 2018
Hi again, I am a bit puzzled by this statement. If you only have the information concerning the tech support of said company, you would invest time and effort in sending the request to that country - where they would turn down the request as the company is not legally incorporated in such country, but in another one, at which point you would have to do all the process again, losing time and wasting resources. Just because you could not immediately pinpoint a geographical jurisdiction. This is why this proposal is useful, and not only for LEAs. I imagine CSIRTs could have the same view. Best, Sara -----Original Message----- From: ncc-services-wg [mailto:ncc-services-wg-bounces at ripe.net] On Behalf Of Jim Reid Sent: 10 October 2018 15:17 To: ROBINOT Stephane DCPJ SDLC Cc: RIPE NCC Services WG Subject: Re: [ncc-services-wg] Get a warrant or direct request ? > On 10 Oct 2018, at 13:21, ROBINOT Stephane DCPJ SDLC <stephane.robinot at interieur.gouv.fr> wrote: > > So one question might also be : would you agree answering an official request coming directly from a foreign LEA ? IIUC it doesn't work that way. Overseas law enforcement is supposed to contact the appropriate national law enforcement body and have them make the request on their behalf. Anyone else who approaches a registry should be told to go through the official (MLAT?) channels. ******************* DISCLAIMER : This message is sent in confidence and is only intended for the named recipient. If you receive this message by mistake, you may not use, copy, distribute or forward this message, or any part of its contents or rely upon the information contained in it. Please notify the sender immediately by e-mail and delete the relevant e-mails from any computer. This message does not constitute a commitment by Europol unless otherwise indicated. *******************