[opensource-dev] Fwd: Thank you for updating the Viewer Directory requirements

Tigro Spottystripes tigrospottystripes at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 18:38:31 PDT 2010


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oops, it seems i didn't send this to the list, sorry

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Subject: Re: [opensource-dev] Thank you for updating the Viewer
Directory requirements
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 21:30:30 -0300
From: Tigro Spottystripes <tigrospottystripes at gmail.com>
Reply-To: Tigro Spottystripes <TigroSpottystripes at Gmail.com>
To: Bryon Ruxton <bryon at slearth.com>

There are plenty of potential bad consequences of sharing your private
information on the web, wanting to avoid the spread of your RL info
doesn't necessarily mean that you got any criminal activities you wanna
hide.
On 28/4/2010 20:16, Bryon Ruxton wrote:
> Henri,
>> So, registering to the directory is clearly not a requirement to be
> considered
> as TPV-policy compliant, but on the other hand LL suggests that
> the viewers
> which are not in the directory are "dangerous" ones...
> This is both unfair and
> very close to pure diffamation.
> The viewer is required to comply, just make your viewer comply and don't
> register in the directory. If they are to prevent any viewer that does not
> comply with the TPV  to connect to the grid I am glad for it.
>
> And I agree with you in substance with your privacy claims, but you have to
> live in the real world and you have to abide by California law here. You own
> interpretation of French law is irrelevant. Yes LL has a wishy-washy policy
> designed not to accept any responsibility for anything. Guess what! So does
> Google and every hosting company on the planet, I have the same type of
> clauses as a business and doing otherwise would stupid and putting my
> company and myself at risk.
>
> If you are not willing to trust anyone with your basic information, you may
> want to start building your own personal datacenter Henri.
> You ARE trusting free.fr and Paypal with even more sensitive data btw...
>
> What should I or anyone trust using your viewer if there is so much to hide
> and unwillingness to provide a real name and a simple physical address.
>
> If I applied your own standards of trust, I am afraid I see no way for me to
> even consider using your viewer for my own protection. Just think about it.
>
> On 4/28/10 2:57 PM, "Henri Beauchamp" <sldev at free.fr> wrote:
>
>> Sorry, but as far as I'm concerned, I won't take the risk and won't trust
> LL
>> (or any other company on Internet, even French ones) about being able
> to keep
>> my data safe from prying eyes...
>
>
>
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