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Old 13th March 2008, 04:50 AM
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Re: GoDaddy Silences Police-Watchdog Site RateMyCop.com

But they probably won't do so if it makes it a waste of time for them.....

This is why some people are now building in removal of IP numbers and other info in forum posting software, and not keeping such data in logs. So there is nothing to provide if asked. Nobody says you have to keep any records at all.

Embroidery Software Protection Coalition v. Ebert & Weaver

EFF filed a motion to block a brazen attempt to unmask the identities of anonymous members of an online discussion group for embroidery fans. The online group was created to share information about a long-running campaign to threaten purchasers of embroidery designs and software with copyright infringement lawsuits. The Embroidery Software Protection Coalition (ESPC), a purported coalition of embroidery pattern design companies, is behind the heavy-handed campaign. Last month, ESPC filed defamation claims against some members of the group and then issued a subpoena for detailed personal information about every single person who joined the discussion group—whether or not they had ever posted a single message.

In September, ESPC dropped its attempt to unmask the anonymous users.

http://w2.eff.org/legal/cases/ESPC_v_Ebert/

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