The US government has betrayed the Internet. We need to take it back
sam at circlenet.us
Sat Sep 7 12:32:44 UTC 2013
I'm sorry if you don't share my view. Personally I think the Patriot
Act is unconsitutional
and CALEA is a tool to enable the total invasion of privacy. I think
the laws need changed, I want to change. That said I will not break
them and neither will you.
How would/does your company respond to NSLs or subpoenas? Do you comply
FCC 499 requirements and with CALEA requirements? I do, and I'm betting
you will to.
Does it suck? Yea of course it does but unless you have a better plan
for a US based provider
I will keep doing what I'm doing.
On 2013-09-06 18:29, Scot Weeks wrote:
> --- sam at circlenet.us wrote:
> From: Sam Moats <sam at circlenet.us>
> There only options are to:
> Disobey the law, unacceptable in my opinion
> Close down services, noble but I need to eat and you probably want to
> keep getting email
> Compromise your principles and obey the law, the path often choosen.
> So, there's no choice except to get a 5-gallon bucket of gov't-ky
> jelly and take it? So many things come to mind on your flag-waving
> emails, I can't think of what to say first. And believe me, that's
> not usual... ;-) After a while, you'll become raw and probably
> change your mind.
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