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Re: An Odd DoS Attack
« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2012, 10:16:46 PM »
Which is doubly interesting since the laws governing securities trading have the establishment of a "level playing field" for all investors as their primary goal. (The necessity of requiring a level playing field was one of the first lessons learned following the first US stock market crash.)

I think their idea of "level playing field" is that you hand them your money on level ground, and not, for example, when you're both on different steps in a stairwell. i.e. At least both be standing on the same step.
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