Are you even sure that call was actually from IOL? It wouldn't be the
first time someone called someone else claiming to be some authority,
making certain allegations.
On 6/8/05, Philip Nulty <philnulty at eircom.net> wrote:
> Rory Browne wrote:
>> >There is probably something in their Terms and Conditions stating that
> >if you use their service they're allowed to check up on it.
> >Having that said, you may have a harrasment case, if they're just
> >making wild accusations.
> >On 6/8/05, Philip Nulty <philnulty at eircom.net> wrote:
> >>I know it's over the top but I just had a call from IOL Broadband on
> >>behalf of twenty century fox. They said I had downloaded Star Wars
> >>revenge of the sith. (which i didnt)
> >>First of all can how can they access that information?
> >>is that not against the Data protection act?
> >>Any ideas welcome
> >>Irish Linux Users' Group
> >>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug/> >>
> >Thanks Rory.
> >But even if they had that in their policy is that not against the law to hand out that info?
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