Re: Bill proposes ISPs, Wi-Fi keep logs for police

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Pennywise@DerryMaine.Gov, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. Guest

    Lookout <> wrote:

    >Republican politicians on Thursday called for a sweeping new federal
    >law that would require all Internet providers and operators of
    >millions of Wi-Fi access points, even hotels, local coffee shops, and
    >home users, to keep records about users for two years to aid police
    >investigations.


    News to me, I thought they already did this, maybe this bill just
    includes wi-fi.

    And even if it wasn't a bill you have to post to the internet like
    everybody in the world is reading what you sent.

    Or not.
    --

    Workin for that Darwin award
    http://i34.tinypic.com/2wnaiwi.jpg?
    , Feb 23, 2009
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  2. Are there any records of how many child abusers use the internet from such
    places?

    It sound like the 'assault rifle' nonsense. It is a weapon hardly ever used
    in crimes. The legislators are probably afraid that someone might think of
    using the weapons on them.


    <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Lookout <> wrote:
    >
    >>Republican politicians on Thursday called for a sweeping new federal
    >>law that would require all Internet providers and operators of
    >>millions of Wi-Fi access points, even hotels, local coffee shops, and
    >>home users, to keep records about users for two years to aid police
    >>investigations.

    >
    > News to me, I thought they already did this, maybe this bill just
    > includes wi-fi.
    >
    > And even if it wasn't a bill you have to post to the internet like
    > everybody in the world is reading what you sent.
    >
    > Or not.
    > --
    >
    > Workin for that Darwin award
    > http://i34.tinypic.com/2wnaiwi.jpg?
    The Stone Crusher, Mar 9, 2009
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    The Stone Crusher wrote:
    > Are there any records of how many child abusers use the internet
    > from such places?
    >
    > It sound like the 'assault rifle' nonsense. It is a weapon hardly
    > ever used in crimes. The legislators are probably afraid that
    > someone might think of using the weapons on them.
    >
    >
    > <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Lookout <> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Republican politicians on Thursday called for a sweeping new federal
    >>> law that would require all Internet providers and operators of
    >>> millions of Wi-Fi access points, even hotels, local coffee shops,
    >>> and home users, to keep records about users for two years to aid
    >>> police investigations.

    >>
    >> News to me, I thought they already did this, maybe this bill just
    >> includes wi-fi.
    >>
    >> And even if it wasn't a bill you have to post to the internet like
    >> everybody in the world is reading what you sent.
    >>
    >> Or not.
    >> --
    >>
    >> Workin for that Darwin award
    >> http://i34.tinypic.com/2wnaiwi.jpg?


    **** off yank - that's already happening here because of your countries
    penchant for spying on people - and it's about time you had a bit of Big
    Brother watching you over there!
    Unbeliever, Mar 9, 2009
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