People teaching (or studying) cyberlaw may find final exam creation (or study) inspiration in this non-hypothetical case of “NTP vandalism.”
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I remain pretty baffled that first Netgear (of whose products I had always had a cisco-of-the-low-end opinion) and then D-Link (of whose products I have not heard much good) would fail to follow the ntp.ourcorporatename.com solution (or better yet, make that a configurable-default ntp-europe.ourcorporatename.com et al solution).
Running a DNS server is easy.
On the law, you tell us. I would hope that D-Link is utterly and completely liable, but I hear the law often disappoints.