Re: ISPs giving personal info when asked?
- From: Nomen Nescio <nobody@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 21:20:08 +0100 (CET)
traveler 66 wrote:
On Sun, 04 Mar 2007 09:33:35 -0000, Anonymous wrote:
traveler 66 <noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 3 Mar 2007 08:17:09 -0800, thomasoz_w1@xxxxxxxx wrote:
Just how willing ISPs are in regard to giving personally
identifiable information (name/phone number) when asked by a
I realise for example if the FBI comes with a subpoena, then it's
pretty much a given the information will be handed out.
But what about ordinary citizens? (network administrators for
example) If John Ordinary Doe calls the ISP and ask for personal
info related to a particular IP adress. 208.xxx.xxx.255 @ 6:58pm
08/05/2005 or whatever (because they don't like this particular
user for x reason...flamme wars for example)
So basically my question is: Does ISP normally give this personal
info to ordinary citizens when asked for it? I live in Canada
btw, as I figure it might depends on the country.
guarantee, but it's a start. Some ISP's tell you upfront that
they can/will read your e-mail and track your usage, along with
recording what sites you visit.
Indeed! And some providers promise not to, and do. Don't they,
Sounds like a typical Cotse troll I've seen here over and over, go
away Kreep, and get logged.
I'm sorry, you forgot to answer the question.
Oh that's right, you can't.
I have another list of questions if you'd like some more things to run
away from, coward. ;)
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