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If a path crosses private property, and there's a long-standing habit of public use of that path, and the owner of the property makes no effort to demonstrate ownership—for example, by building a gate and closing it for one day each year—then the owner risks a judgment in law that a public right of way has come to exist.
This is perhaps the strongest (or even the only) argument available in the defense of Gary McKinnon—a self-labeled "bumbling computer nerd" who faced, as of mid-May, the risk of extradition from Britain to face trial in the United States on charges of repeated illegal access to government computers. Act as If You Care About Security
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