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Old 6th May 2008
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In some countries, it is legitimate for users -just plain right to information- to try to by-pass government or corporations fileters or activity logs.
It is, IMVHO, not fair to use a corporate structure which pays the costs and not abide to that corporation rules. Although, in Europe, an employer is not allowed to control an employee's use of corporate Internet, with all abuses it generates.
OTOH, as a private user paying his own bandwith, trying to by-pass governement regulations can be, in many cases, considered as pure freedom of speech. (With all abuses it might cause )
Don't want your employer register what you are doing? Get your own ISP contract.
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