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Re: TOR and ISP

arshad writes:

> if the ISP doesnt know, which sites the user visit. then they cannot
> provide the sites visited with the bill if the user requests it?

That's correct.

> AFAIK all ISPs provide visited sites upon request right?

I've never heard of an ISP in the United States providing this service.
It sounds extremely unusual to me.

ISPs are easily _able_ to record what sites users visit, but in many places
there are legal and cultural norms against the ISPs doing so, or against
the ISPs reminding users that ISPs have this ability. :-)

Seth Schoen
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