|reply to lleader |
Re: Why we are not opposing motion on Monday.
said by lleader:Actually knowing what resulted today, they could have very easily argued they needed more time and been provided that by the courts leaving them to oppose the motion to begin with. Now, they still will not be able to oppose, and leaving it up to the CIPPIC to get involved. They are still not fighting for customers privacy, which is a bit concerning imo.
I think you guys badmouthing TSI were sucked in just like the bad guys. I believe TSI knew what cards they were going to play today - they just weren't about to discuss it here in the forum and tip their hand. How many times were they asked if all the notices were out to all the affected people? They never answered directly. They said they weren't going to fight it - but lo and behold they came armed.
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