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  •  yep, and i see you saw my other comment... (2+ / 0-)
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    ontheleftcoast, rja

    ... about how to go about this without breaking the law.

    Laypeople can also get in the game as long as they are willing to learn the rules and abide by them.

    I'm in telephony and we have our own rules about accessing live circuits, monitoring, recording, accessing clients' voicemail boxes, etc.  After a while one internalizes all of it as common sense.

    We got the future back.

    by G2geek on Fri Nov 16, 2012 at 11:04:29 AM PST

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    •  But why sould lay people have to? (0+ / 0-)

      If I'm Joe Six Pack, how can I be expected to do what corporations require, when THEY DISCLOSE this information?  For what I see here, you practically need a PHD in computer science just to stay out of Jail!!  Just because someone came upon it accidentally is outrageous.  I can see a lot of folks going to jail over accidents.  It's insane and it's high time we started electing officials who will put the onus back on the corporate interests and not on the average citizen.  Those that pass laws like this need to be sent packing.  If you're that willing to do corporate dirty work, you deserve to be unemployed.

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