[QUOTE="sethra"]\n[email][/email] (Krhis) wrote in\n\n\nUnless you're using an encrypted connection or proxy, your ISP can see,\nif they choose, *everything* you do online.\n\nNow, the number of users, the amount of traffic, and privacy and security\nconcerns really make this issue moot, unless you're doing something\nillegal, and attract the attention of an entity like the RIAA or BSA.\n\nMost ISPs do not have the desire or resources to log *downloads*, and\nwon't unless given a court order. My ISP logs *uploads* to Usenet and\nkeeps these records for approximately two weeks (according to our\nnewsmaster). I do not know if they log any other kinds of uploads (p2p,\nftp, etc). They do not monitor or log Usenet downloads.\n\nI'd wager that most other ISPs log uploads, at least to Usenet, for a\ngiven period of time also. They do this to comply with DMCA regulations.\n\nConsult your ISP to determine their privacy and logging policies.[/QUOTE]\n\nHow about... Zipping your mp3's and putting a password on it, then\nsending it...\n\nOk, might not be the best idea, but what if you used a File\nEncriyption program like Ashampoo Power Encrypt Deluxe, then sent it\n(Email, DCC, HTTP)? Then they (your ISP or any higher power) can never\nfindout what is in it (as long as you give it a good name).\n\nWhould that work?