Apparently, a Queen's University Professor is working with law enforcement to come up with an E-mail analyzing program that uses keyword/phrases to catch criminals.
Supposedly, even the lack of certain words is enough to flag potential criminal activity, the idea being that guilty parties may avoid using certain words like "bomb" that is used in common innocent conversation--ie *I just bombed that test.*
So, engaging in the following "suspicious" E-mail activity will get you caught.
I can imagine another scenerio this pattern could be indicative of... like a *popular college student.* But that scenerio is probably rare, right?
|Sorry, Lieke... you're going down. It's a good thing you're in Germany right now. I, personally, don't know a fifth of the people on your xanga-subscribers list and our floods of E-mails to you are a smoking gun broadcasting your guilt.|
Don't ask questions... It's *Magic*
My personal favorite quote is the Professor's absolvement of all responsibility. He's a mere man who designed a magical program that works in mysterious ways that even he doesn't completely understand.
I wish I were kidding.
What? Are you sure he doesn't need to know? It could just be me; if we're sending people to prison, maybe someone should know why.