I have the same problem with the guzs at email@example.com .
Too lazy to follow up after 3 unsuccessful attempts.
7 posts • joined 8 Dec 2011
If I am correct, an International treaty beats a national law.
So, if I am not under UK jurisdiction but my work will be used in UK under the "unknown copyright holder" clause, there will be a a contradiction between the Berne Convention, which protects my rights, and this UK law.
UK signed the Berne Convention.
Does anyone know what will happen next ?
An application that has access to all data, but does not actually "use" this access. Looks for me like the dream of enforcement agencies - functionality is already there "just in case". When they say "jump" CarrierIQ just asks "how high?".
Is CarrierIQ functionality remotely trigger-able ? Can new functionality be added remotely to it ?
Would, in a "police state", an application like CarrierIQ be mandated by law in order to ensure access to encrypted user communications is available on request ?
If the above is true, would that slow anti-virus firm reactions ? ;)
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