Am Samstag, 24. November 2007 schrieb Alexander W. Janssen: > Andrew wrote: > 'Nuff said. Let's stop the nay saying ;) The law isn't active yet. > The law isn't even ratified. And no one even started logging. The latter isn't right. There are quite a few companies which log the data of their customers and keep it for quite a while. I stumbled over a web page a few weeks ago, where it shows which companies are eagerly following a non-existing law. Here is a website (it's not the same I saw) which presents an impressing list. Most do not store the data for more than a few days, but in fact they should not do it at all. http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/24/24705/1.html -- Dr. Martin Senftleben, Ph.D. (S.V.U.) http://www.drmartinus.de/ http://www.daskirchenjahr.de/
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