Law changes from jurisdiction to country, and to continent. A great example is the Indian pharmaceutical market. Indians don’t follow drug patent law like the rest of the world. They permit themselves to reproduce even the newest of drugs en masse. A lot of generic medication is shipped from India because it is legal to send generic drugs for them. This is illegal in USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia (Five Eyes) as these countries follow drug patent laws.

HoneyPots are a subtle form of everyday content, or matter, that is deceptive by design. Although a HoneyPot has a malignant purpose to further a critical agenda, it may generally have a benign purpose. In a court room, a HoneyPot would be given the benefit of the doubt. That’s why HoneyPots are so effective: they work in such a way that prevents most, if not all, of those who are not in on the secret assume they are safe. If detected, a HoneyPot should be designed in such a way that the detector himself has to second guess the real purpose of the application.

A Honey Pot is one of the most advanced forms of interpersonal hacking, requiring you to sit in the shoes of the actor and be where they are going. Sure, a Github hosted, Open Source honey pot could suffice for your HoneyPot research paper, but is it a real HoneyPot? Are you gathering the right intelligence?

Can you distinguish British English from American English on paper?

Can you identify French from Canadian French?

What about Ukrainian, Serbian, Moldovan from Russian? Have your current Information Security providers been there? We have. We have been behind enemy lines. You need to know how they think and then think how they think to be where they’re going to be, and stay or go undetected to further your investigation goals.