[dns-operations] DNS-based site blocking in the UK

Don Blumenthal dmblumenthal at gmail.com
Thu Aug 11 14:29:33 UTC 2011

>>I think you give most governments too much credit.  In the US, they've
>>already required that ISPs keep address logs for X years so that they
>>can specifically track down those "bad guys sharing files".  It's just
>>as simple to tell the ISPs "you must block", as they already have a
>>history of passing legislation that restricts/requires ISPs to do things.

I didn't get the first few message(s) in this thread so I'm coming in from
the side.

I teach courses that involve privacy issues at the University of Michigan
and was not aware of any US data retention law. Does anybody have a pointer
to this data sharing requirement?



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