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Brilliant: Telcos (and by implication, ISPs) "have standing to assert the privacy interests of their subscribers and are contractually obligated to do so." That means that Tek Savvy arguably had a duty to force their troll to court, thereby warning the victims.
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Bravo!
You'd think they need a course on civics, starting with "the police have to obey the law"
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We know the US does what it wants, listens to who it wants, collects data on who it wants and who can stop all these Departments all claiming it's for the security of their country.
Their probably spying on each other.
So Google as a Canadian are you still saying my stuff is private. Because what fool would believe you.
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