[LINK] FW: MySpace Confirms Partnership with U.S. Selective
rick at praxis.com.au
Mon Nov 14 16:13:34 EST 2005
Eric Scheid wrote:
> heheh ;-)
> MySpace Confirms Partnership with U.S. Selective Service
> All Existing and Future User Registration Data to Be Given to the U.S.
> WASHINGTON, DC /DenounceNewswire/ -- 12 November 2005 -- In a joint
> press conference today, Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp., Intermix CEO
> Richard Rosenblatt, and MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe announced that they
> have reached an agreement to provide a full and ongoing feed of Myspace
> membership data to the United States Selective Service System for the
> upcoming military draft.
> it might pay to read the disclaimer too :-)
The page did its job: it got me to think.
Could this become a reality in the USA under either of The Patriot Act
or the Homeland Security Act?
More pertinently could the same be done this country under the aegis of
the proposed Anti-Terrorism legislation in light of current privacy
Who knows? Not until it is tested in court will we know.
Rick Welykochy || Praxis Services
People who enjoy eating sausage and obey the law should not watch either being made.
-- Otto von Bismarck
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