said by GhostDoggy:Agreed. Child sex offenders have existed many centuries ago to barely decide that the Internet will be a tremendous tool for helping them solve the cases a lot faster is BS when in reality it seems all they want to do is spy on people and invade their privacy.
Using child pornography as the excuse for attempting to mandate this kind of requirement is pure BS. They have alterior motives, but no one seems brave enough to confront them on it publicly.
Besides, trying to store millions of subscribers data for a year, let alone two, would be astronomical in costs. Heck, most can't support a robust NNTP server let alone capture and retain for periods of 6-8 times longer than the most premiere new service already afoot.
I think the DOJ needs to take a basic computing class, because they obviously are asking ISPs to turn straw into gold.