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Weeks passed. Then one day in March, 15 of the 17 judges in the Ninth Circuit received identical letters from a new lawyer--Robyn Crump--reporting that 14 of the 15 judges had been downloading adult movies and ``personal'' music from the court's servers. She suggested the judges might be fired for displaying poor judgment.
Mecham's alternative was to activate the filters without Lee's prior approval, which would involve recording the IP addresses of the computers accessing the judiciary's servers and sending an IP-based message to the chief judges of the circuits to which the sites belong. He did not appeal to Lee, however, because he hadn't decided whether Lee's recommendation would be followed. (He does not have the authority to impose discipline on his own, but he can send a letter to the chief judge of the circuit, urging him or her to act.) Therefore, in January, Mecham's staff sent letters to the chiefs of circuit courtrooms in the Ninth Circuit advising them that seven judges had been downloading pornographic and anti-government movies and music and requesting them to take corrective action.
He told the judges that their colleagues in the Ninth Circuit were noticing an uptick in the number of downloads of ``adult'' material on the court's system, and were unable to discern what was going on. He thought Lee might be right in suggesting that the judges should be disciplined. But he also emphasized that the judiciary had ``no evidence'' indicating that the downloads were illegal or were associated with terrorists or were otherwise a threat to national security.
Although the filtering software did not halt the downloading of music and movies, it did generate a number of traffic jams. The government computer consultant who helped administer the filters, a technician called Michael J. Genrich, drew up a detailed chronology of these incidents, which he presented to the Committee on Automation and Technology in a report dated September 18, 1999. 827ec27edc