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Re: ISP monitoring your activity
From CyberEye® at deadlock Design on 13 Jan '00
replying to Re: ISP monitoring your activity posted by Inachu

>They will only do that kind of stuff if you are doing anything illegal and are under investigation...
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>But they can do it at any time they like to for training purposes and such.
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>They(your ISP) can learn the following.
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>What phone number you are using.
>What modem you are dialing into.
>What kind of computer you have.
>What browser you are using.
>What IP addresses you visit.
>What files you download.
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>And with any type of legal action being done they can
>record and read your email.
>Thats why you should use the free email service at hushmail.com
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>I believe its the same with newsgroups.
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>Inachu
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>>How much personal activity information can an individual's ISP monitor?
>>Does the ISP have the ability to see every URL the client visits?
>>If the ISP is also the news server, can they monitor all the
>>client's newsgroup activity?

Inachu is right. Further, we are talking potentially fib and or the s service, if the The Rules are broken. You do Not want to break The Rules. Questions like these can also be directed to information warfare (cyberwar) type sites.




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