reply to resa1983
Re: Teksavvy Voltage motion - Looking for some advice
said by resa1983:I expect everybody to do their job and fulfill their own obligations. There are three parties involved in the Voltage't troll, Voltage, Teksavvy, Teksavvy's customers.
The thing is, that Teksavvy didn't have to inform customers about the court order until AFTER it was already issued. They also didn't have to fight the court order - a few other ISPs in November didn't.
TSI fought for extension of the court order in order to inform their customers, and buy people time to get lawyers and make a decision as to what to do.
For Voltage, its job is to scare people to get its dirty money. Its obligation is to die miserably because it really creates a bad reputation for itself.
For Teksavvy's customers, their obligation is to browse the web wisely. Their job is to find legal assistance to protect themselves and not to expect somebody else to do it for themselves when sh*t litigation comes up .
For Teksavvy, its job is to provide its customer's with supreme internet service. Their obligation is to protect its customers privacy when sh*t litigation comes up.
Everyone needs to do their own work and fulfill their obligation. Customers will hire lawyers to fight in the court does not mean it is OK for Teksavvy to lay back and hand over its customers' private information without a fight ( Notifying its customers is not a fight).
Sure, Teksavvy does not need to inform customers about the court order before it is issued. Sure, a few ISPs in Canada just hand over their customers information without a blink of eyes. But, that does not mean Teksavvy is doing a good job by rolling over after informing its customers. A piece of sh*t stinks less in a pile of sh*t does not make it a diamond. It is still a piece of sh*t.