[kwlug-disc] Canadian judge rules no privacy for online tasks

Raul Suarez rarsa at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 18 18:32:36 EST 2009


--- On Wed, 2/18/09, Kyle Spaans <3lucid at gmail.com> wrote:
> The lack of privacy doesn't bother me.

That's a given on the internet, whoever think otherwise is delutional.

> But ISPs letting people see my records without a warrant? 
> That makes me uncomfortable.

And rightfully so.

Imagine this scenario:

- Jealous policeman
- Wife with a friend
- Policeman gets the records
- Guess the end of the story...

Second scenario:

- Rouge policeman
- Indiscreet politician/personality/business person
- Policeman gets the records
- How far fetched would you think blackmail can be?

Common sense, the Judge just had to have common sense and read the news about rouge police.

Raul Suarez

Technology consultant
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