Bigfoot signup logs?

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by see.my.sig.4.addr@nowhere.com.invalid, Jan 4, 2006.

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    I've got a bunch of Bigfoot.com free email forwarding addrs, all under
    fake names (of course :)
    BTW, you can do it, even forwarding to the same addr., as many as you
    want! I love em!

    But, now I want to register one of them with real info (because I need
    more forwards per day, and you have to pay for that - pay = no more anon.)
    What I'm concerned with is even if I change the addr. it forwards to, and
    to one that none of the others forward to, will they still have record of
    the previous forwarding settings. Thus, destroying all the semi-anonymity
    of all the other accts.

    I realize, this is pretty hard to come by info, but hoping somebody out
    there knows.

    Also, I know it doesn't stop the law from forcing forward addr. out of
    them, then forcing info from that addr's ISP. I just don't want Bigfoot
    ever catching it and spoiling my free addr gig on the others :)
    Plus, it does add another step for law, and my ISP isn't in my name, so I
    don't really want it linked and blowing that.

    Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're NOT out to get you :)
    ANd you just never know with the psychosis of the RIAA, MPAA, and other
    legal evil of today.

    --
    _____________________________________________________
    For email response, or CC, please mailto:see.my.sig.4.addr(at)bigfoot.com.
    Yeah, it's really a real address :)
     
    , Jan 4, 2006
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