[d at DCC] they're watching you
darryl at mfe.ca
Wed Aug 9 06:44:03 EDT 2006
Oh never mind, I found the diff version and apparently the main
difference is the addition of "including your personal information", so
I probably already agreed to them handing out my reading habits to the
Gestapo upon request.
Not having realized this before though, I still need to decide if I can
live with it.
I feel so much older than I thought I would when the time came, but I
can't help feeling like 1984 is drawing near.
On Wed, 2006-08-09 at 06:27 -0400, Darryl Moore wrote:
> Arrrrrrg, they're at it again!
> I was presented with this 'update' to the Globe and Mail's online
> subscriber terms of service today.
> You acknowledge that BGPI has no obligation to monitor a BGPI Site or
> any content accessible through a BGPI Site or any of the Services.
> However, you agree that BGPI has the right to monitor a BGPI Site
> electronically from time to time and to disclose any information,
> including your personal information, as necessary to satisfy any law,
> regulation or other governmental request, to operate a BGPI Site or any
> of the Services properly, or to protect itself or its users in
> Why is Bell so eager to give away our personal information? Now I need
> to decide if I can live with this so that I can read today's editorial.
> I think I feel a letter to the editor coming on. To bad the ones I write
> so rarely get published.
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