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Thread: illegal alien info. on this website

  1. #1
    I would like to know if the government is capable of accessing this website and tracking all email addresses of illegal aliens?
    I am not illegal.

  2. #2
    I would like to know if the government is capable of accessing this website and tracking all email addresses of illegal aliens?
    I am not illegal.

  3. #3
    No. The INS already knows where millions of illegals are. They don't need to go to the internet to find them.

    -= nav =-

  4. #4
    They probably could if they wanted to, but they don't have the money or staff to undertake something like that, let alone the desire.
    Have a nice day

  5. #5
    Kristine

    They might do if they want... but there is something like privacy act ... this website cant just give members info .... And who knows people might fake about information also...many here even do that... if such happens then you can sue this website for breach of privacy act ....

  6. #6
    there are no PRIVACY RIGHTS on the internet.

    The police can obtain any info they want with a judge ordered search warrant. Kinda like how the music industry is suing song swappers. The ISP's have to give up the info.

    -= nav =-

  7. #7
    Yes and No moondin, AFAIK, Verizon is battling the RIAA on the very basis of privacy and it violating the TOS with its user.

    But RIAA are not the government. They can get it done with warrants, and even if this website or anyone dares to go against it, they can simply invoke the Patriot act and BAM, resistance is useless.

    Patriot Act for law enforcement wanting unlimited access, bad for everyone else that values their privacy.

    And yes tracking its no hard, most BB software has built in IP logger, just check the logger to trace it back all the way to the ISP, and sooner or later you can identify the person.

  8. #8
    Guess no one has heard of "Carnivore" a program developed for the FBI and others, it works on key words, they feed the words and its kicks IP when triggered , the net is broken into major hubs across the U.S. they feed off those hubs and can "monitor " millions of computers at once. So they do not have to hack a site like this ,they just sit Back and wait for a key word match.

  9. #9
    Guess no one has heard of "Carnivore" a program developed for the FBI and others, it works on key words, they feed the words and its kicks IP when triggered , the net is broken into major hubs across the U.S. they feed off those hubs and can "monitor " millions of computers at once. So they do not have to hack a site like this ,they just sit Back and wait for a key word match.

  10. #10
    The FBI can't utilizes the Carnivore program without a warrant or court order acelaw. They can't just put it in place without cooperation from the local ISP as well. Think of it as a internet wiretap. And no, they don't need to hack, if they want, they could seize this entire site, then again they can't do that without warrant either.

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