ISP data collection from home routers

Christian David christian at
Thu Mar 24 17:11:29 UTC 2022

I think that if the end user at signed contract agreed with this data 
collecting and also if there's a mechanism that the same user could deny 
the data collection, its look fine to me, there's compliant here in 
Brazil with LGPD (our variant from GDPR) and i think that users could 
see it as a "plus" cause the majority of ISPs don't have a service that 
inspect CPE WIFI's quality.

Em 24/03/2022 14:00, Jay Hennigan escreveu:
> On 3/24/22 06:26, Josh Luthman wrote:
>> I'm surprised we're having this discussion about an internet device 
>> that the customer is using to publicize all of their information on 
>> Facebook and Twitter. 
> That's called informed consent. And Facebook and Twitter use TLS to 
> protect the data in transit.
>> Consumers do not care enough about their privacy to the point where 
>> they are providing the information willingly.
> That's the point. The customer is providing information willingly when 
> they post to social media. The ISP is collecting data without consent.

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