1. New teksavvy site can't be properly run without turning on java script and google-analytics ... two major reporters of private data
to Google, NSA, CIA, RCMP, CSIS and many other spy agencies. Google much more so than java.
It's a well known fact Google mines for private and personal data by default and is persistent in doing so. Even if one turns on HTTPS and uses a rotating proxy like "Tor" it still reports to spy agencies.
It's all well and good for a public forum such as dslreports as most already know how to say things without being targeted but
for a private individual
surfing the net this is an OUTRAGE!
So much for "net-neutrality" that Teksavvy promotes.
2. Furthermore we are hearing complaints from people about pages loading much more slowly with java turned on. An individual with crappy old modem connection or barely registering Wifi looking for better internet it takes 5 to 10 minutes to load the old page/s, between 30 minutes and 1 hr with java turned on. That's 12 to 13 Million
people who can't access Teksavvy website in a timely manner.
3. Furthermore, using Bell's or Rogers database for new customers is futile as it's purposely misleading in many areas. Anyone who's been with Bell previously or has outstanding disputes is automatically downgraded and or blacklisted. Only way to remedy this is to actually create an account and push it to it's limits / force Bell to upgrade line speeds.
4. What business does Teksavvy have to use private and personal information to find a suitable location for new internet signup? .. on an open connection yet where anyone with basic knowledge can see their info. That's what phones and secure phones are made for and in combination with customer service people!
5. By designing such an unsecured sight Teksavvy is actually breaking a host of Privacy Laws. See: »laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/
or talk to a qualified lawyer and attorney or knowledgeable individual.
6. Designing a website that uses step by step pages to get at an outcome is an old trick by Government and those connected with government to mine for your private and personal data. This is totally
unacceptable in today's security conscious populace. Teksavvy is actually putting people at "grave risk" ... such as those under relocation programs, hiding from mafia or other similar criminal organizations or in other relevant circumstances.
7. Teksavvy looses more customers by using a numbered menu phone system than anything else. Not many want to sit on their cell phone for 5 minutes to 1 hr for some agent that doesn't know their stuff to get on the phone. Your ONLY solution is to have call answer agents that forward new customers or users directly to appropriate knowledgeable employee.
8. There have been many
reports of Teksavvy agents being forceful to outright threatening with new customers and present customers alike. I tested this myself and found out agent Kyle is the problem ... via direction from above at Teksavvy? Fix it immediately or Teksavvy is looking at a lawsuit.
Note: I/we don't get involved unless it's a serious problem.
9. And, what right does Teksavvy have to charge a Religious institution, group or individual or "private individual" taxes?The Law is perfectly clear on this matter:
Section 32 or of Constitution act says; »laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/FullText.html
Application of Charter
32. (1) This Charter applies
(a) to the Parliament and government of Canada in respect of all matters within the authority of Parliament including all matters relating to the Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories; and
(b) to the legislature and government of each province in respect of all matters within the authority of the legislature of each province.Note:
it states nothing about "private individuals" or "private persons" and rightly so.
This is supported by a Supreme Court decision: »www.canlii.org/en/ab/abca/doc/20···246.html
"R. v. Dell, 2005 ABCA 246"
It clearly states ONLY
Government employees and agents are subject to Acts, Legislation, etc. under government rule.The rest of us are under Common Law or God/s Law .. whichever one or ones you may believe.
It is why an attorney [ a turn key ] is needed to go between government laws and common laws. And common law is "superior"
to and trumps anything government may say or do any day.
"Supreme" law of Canada is actually "God" and god's law. The laws of the galaxy and universe, as clearly stated in "CONSTITUTION ACT, 1982 (80)
1982, c. 11 (U.K.), Schedule B
CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS"
"Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God
and the rule of law:" [emphasis added]
*So here you have it in black and white. If you don't like it then that's just too bad. Go talk to your government on changing it. I'm sure most, 12 to 13 Million men and women across this land, will have something to say about it if you do.
I hear there are already individuals ready to take Teksavvy to court and or have Teksavvy shut down due to these breaches of Law.
Teksavvy Pages should be accessible to anyone
, even someone with an old 8088 or Coleco Adam ... not just ones with high-end connections and computers. They / pages should be simple, fast and full of info ... as much as possible per page. You fail in these and all above simple tasks and you loose high majority of customers ... especially rural ones who need internet the most.
BTW: if you were anywhere close to using those brains God gave you you would realize that it's very simple to create a page where visitors have a choice: simple or advanced. I highly suggest you hire a professional security individual for all such matters as stated here and go take some basic Law lessons. Do I need to mention "or else"?
FYI: "else" means that at present an individual can put a commercial lien on your company, on your/owner's private property and anything else you may own until this is resolved. Basically shut down your whole operation. Do you really want to go there?