If it was a problem with your permissions, there was something you
could have done about it. That's not in any way meant to be an
apologistic approach towards what happened, but in the world outside of
our ideals there are always going to be moronic hooligans that'll
advantage of any situation you care to give them.
If it wasn't a problem with your permissions, then you can be _fairly_
sure that what occured is confined to those who have superuser access.
Point of discussion: maybe it would be possible to allow users to find
out exactly who has jurisdiction over them -- fair ? Maybe I should just
(if you've learnt something from anything, then it was at least
-- Matthew Gream <M.Gream@nospam.uts.edu.au> (02) 821-2043 (sw/hw engineer)