Actually if the possibility of a death sentence could be imposed even has the merest likelihood of being raised most countries (in fact I'd go out on a limb and say all) will absolutely deny extradition to the USA based on just that and so they should.
Also it should in theory work 'both ways' sadly in practice with the USA and its unilateral extradition treaties it only works ONE way.
You are describing the already in place comity principals (reciprocity) that exists internationally when you have conflict of laws between foreign (and sometimes non foreign) jurisdictions.
The treaties are already there for such egregious crimes such as Genocide, Indecent Images of Minors (CP), Human Trafficking, WMD trafficking.
To create treaties that are bilateral, universal, and for all crimes you first need equity which the USA will not allow when it comes to extradition of it's own citizens. Secondly you need constant and consistent criminal systems and mores throughout the world. Ths is not the case and until humans throw away their ideologies, egos, greed, culture, and all become ants marching to the same drum (the USA wants it to be their beat) then this will NEVER occur.
The maximum rules are already in place. Copyright or any IP structure is NOT egregious enough to be a maximum crime and hopefully never will be. Also each jurisdiction already has rules, regulations and laws for both min and max structures. Who decides which 'rules' are the best? the USA? The EU? Oceania?, the Vatican? the Islamists? the Hindus? The FlatEarthers? The Capitalists? the Socialists? The [insert ideology here]?
Shouldn't each community on its own be able to, unless it egregiously affects others with imminent and measurable harm set it's own rules/regs without some upstart egoistic corporate company/country coming in and stating they are butthurt and they require 'justice' or what they state is justice to them without using the actual laws of the community they are beholden too.
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The rest of the worlds universities do not work this way with exorbitant tuition fees (in fact they are quite reasonable if not actually part/fully funded payed by the State).
For example a standard 3-4yr Bachelors Degree should cost (excluding text books) no more than $70000 and that's for both STEM and Law - LLB or JD /medicine degrees). A masters degree (MBA for example) should cost no more than $30-40K total and a PHD is dependant on how long you want to take to do it (10-15K a year is normal).
Personally my first degree (B.Comp) cost approx $23K at the time and I paid that off interest free using our govt subsidy system via our tax system. My second graduate degree (LLB) would of cost approx $40K (in 2005) if I had not received advanced standing credits.
>>>> If the DMCA was functioning as intended, there wouldn't be mass infringement on the scale we know exists.
If the laws on crime were functioning as intended, there wouldn't be crime either.
If the notion of equity were functioning as intended, there wouldn't be inequity.
If natural rights of all humans were functioning as intended, there wouldn't be a need for attorneys/solicitors.
If wishes were were horses then beggars would ride,
If turnips were swords I'd have one by my side.
If 'ifs' and hands were pots and pans
There would be no need for tinkers hands!
Sadly the universe doesn't work like the above and instead is constantly changing which is why people like yourself who keep focusing on the past with your "woulda, coulda, shoulda" statements will always fail because you don't want to focus on how to fix problems that are constantly changing and in constant flux dependant on the changing mores of the society. Instead you scream about how you are constantly hard done by and why it is everyone else's fault!
As soon as you hear the "this call may be recorded" or similar you have the ability to record the phone conversation as well no matter whether you tell them or not.
This is due to implied consent since they are recording you and therefore you by extension can record them. Unless you remove the implied authority they claim by stating that you do not wish them to record as long as where the recording is being done is a two/all party state.
Though everyone be aware that recording a phone call via external device like a microphone pickup (old suction cup) or via speaker-phone and a separate recorder and recording a phone conversation via a wire-tapping method are totally different to each other legally and some jurisdictions will allow one method (normally recording) under their two/one/all party requirements but not the wire-tapping
"There's this urge and this feeling inside that you want to do something, and this is a perfect opportunity for me.
Ah yes this urge, some people might call it patriotism, some that are slightly more cynical and a lot more intelligent call it a delusional fantasy of relevance, power, and omnipotence, using the political correct term of "narcissistic personality disorder".
Me I just call it by the truer and more historical descriptor of "Egotistical Megalomania"