[Full-disclosure] You shady bastards.
sil at infiltrated.net
Wed Jun 6 16:27:01 BST 2007
> Spare you what? If this is somehow off topic, please elaborate.
Spare me and the list legalities. One it is slightly offtopic then again
this is fd so I retract.
That entire argument and any thread arising from what is legal and what
is not is likelier
to be answered, dissected, studied on a legal forum.
> Right, so under federal law, single party consent is sufficient. If HD
> didn't consent, and the former employee currently doesn't consent (i.e.
> consent under the AUP or other agreements has expired), then it could be
> illegal. That, or if the person reading the stored communications is
> not authorized by the company, then they would be personally liable.
Laws are not about what could or should. They're about what's written.
In this case, he sent
an email to someone's former workplace. The worker was not there, the
read the email. So the questions to ask should be 1) HD didn't give
consent, did/does the
employer have something written to their employees which states the
monitoring of email.
If they do, case closed there is the one party federal consent.
Secondly, did HD specify in his email any legalities of unauthorized
Thirdly, you need to realize what you've stated and your
misinterpretation of the law.
ECPA protects against INTERCEPTION. No interception occurred here, the mail
was delivered to a recipient.
> Your conjecture that it's legal because the employer somehow owns the
> communication or the networks it travels over is completely bogus. The
> recipient is this email user, not the company.
The network is the company's and all of its communications into or out
are property of the company.
Email auditing and email interception
A second distinction to make is the difference between email auditing
(sometimes called email
monitoring), where email is checked after the actual transmission, and
email interception (sometimes
called email filtering), where email is intercepted and checked during
> Yup just looked this up. This was thrown out because Nancy consented
Rinse and repeat this post and my comments..
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