[At-Large] 9th Circuit Court ruling on ICANN Contract.

Avri Doria avri at acm.org
Wed Dec 22 19:47:15 UTC 2010


I said a request brought after due process; i.e. a court order.

And if they do blow off a court order, I am sure there are consequences.

But you are right, the only proxy services I deal with are the ones that protect my personal privacy.  And as a user of there services I sincerely hope they only respond to court orders.  Not that I believe I do anything illegal but I do want to make sure my sites are private except in so far as I out myself.


On 22 Dec 2010, at 14:35, John R. Levine wrote:

>> I do not believe there is a proxy service around that will not respond do a proper legal warrant for the information after due process has been exercised.  And if there was, they would be breaking the local law.
> Um, this suggests you haven't dealt with many proxy services.
> Try, say, privacyprotect.org who boast that they blow off all phone calls 
> and paper mail.
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