Paul Vixie wrote:
> email@example.com (Hank Nussbacher) writes:
> they say it's personally identifiable information, not personal property.
> EU's concern is the privacy implications of data that google and others
> are saving, they are not making a statement related to address ownership.
Correct. In the EU DP framework (see:
P. S. How many bits in the mask are necessary to achieve the non-PII aim?
So, this could be basically a matter of dredging up someone with a /25
allocated to them personally, in the EU service area. I think I know
some people like that.
I know for a fact that I know people with swamp C's here in the US. That
would seem to set the bar higher than a mere 7 bits.