Re: Log keeping for privacy providers
- From: "Non scrivetemi" <nonscrivetemi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 21:12:02 +0200 (CEST)
traveler 66 wrote:
On 15 Aug 2006 00:54:36 -0000, TwistyCreek wrote:
traveler 66 wrote:
On 12 Aug 2006 15:27:16 +0200, Truncat wrote:
I know there is a law in the European Union, and I think USA too, that
forces the Internet Service providers to keep logs for a certain amount of
Some privacy provider services claim to only keep logs for one or two
weeks, or even none, what bugs me is, is there any law that forces them to
keep logs for a certain amount of time too? What I mean is that if someone
abused their services and the police went around knocking their door one
month later, is there any legal implication for the company/owner of the
machine used to break the law?
As far as I know a privacy provider isn't an ISP,
A. You've proven time and time again that you're incompetent so "as far
as you know" is meaningless.
B. You're a liar because you've been given direct quotes and links to
their sources which prove your "ISP" straw grab to be complete baloney.
That must be why in all their operating history companies like privacy.li
Huh? I thought you were just a customer? A newbie in fact, because you
weren't even aware of the blatant censorship at Privacy.LIE that the
head Privacy.LIE sock puppet admitted to.
Now you're an expert again I see. My my.... how convenient.
Let's not forget that Privacy.LIE closed and reopened under "new
management" that refuses to ID itself but stays in bed with the same
gang of thugs and thieves the previous owner slept with. Let's not
forget the unexplained and unannounced moves either, or the odd ties
to blatantly illegal to the point of looking like sting operations sites
like world wide pot seeds sales. Little facts that pretty much send
your "long history" argument into the crapper along with everything
else you blather in the general direction of Usenet. You're history is
neither long, nor pristine, ya' nutter.
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