If you think your Internet communications are private, they aren’t.

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If you wonder where privacy appears in thisdocument, here it is: 1) the ISP is not allowed to tell you that you are being snooped on (enforcing the privacy of law enforcement); 2) if multiple law enforcement agencies want to read your e-mails or listen to your VoIP calls (both are specifically covered) the ISP is required to not tell any of those law enforcement agencies about the others, and 3: there is no three. Customer privacy is never mentioned in the document.

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Late at night can’t you imagine that somewhere some tech is reading his girlfriend’s e-mail?

Maybe they have another document saying not to do that, but I couldn’t find it.

Privacy is dead. Don’t we all feel so much safer for that?