|Re: Your ISP as Net Watchdog|
|Danny Burstein (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 17 Jun 2005 19:37:32 UTC
( snip of the latest gov't trial balloon about mandatory ISP logging )|
With the very strong emphasis that I'm not speaking for any ISP with
The problem here is the clear and evident slippery slope.
To carry this to an extreme example:
Office bathrooms with video cameras.
The Big Problem is that everyone is well
Same thing with ISP records.
Most (not all, of course) would agree to hand over material for use in
But everyone is well aware that once these records are available,
And not just gov't witch hunts. Throw in more or less routine crimes
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