when you see it happening.
It seems amazing, to me, that the BBC with its limited funds can find out where, who and what can infect PCs and steal identities, yet the governments of the world appear helpless to do anything about this cyberspace invasion.
If the governments of the world blacklisted Nigeria's IP address (as an example, because supposedly a lot of scam emails come from there), wouldn't the Nigerian government then actually start cleaning up the scammers - for the sake of their, presumably, majority of honest surfers, same with Russia - maybe not so much China, but they should be isolated anyway for their disgusting human rights violations.
Any companies caught giving virtual IPs to any cut off country would be jailed for five years, or sent to live in that country.
Or is that too simplistic?