[anti-abuse-wg] Receiving police order on not in use IP
H.Lu h.lu at anytimechinese.com
Sat May 31 15:59:06 CEST 2014
Hi Thanks for replying and sorry for the noise, My Chinese lawyer told me we should simply ignore it as eu law does not apply to our Chinese operation, but I think abuse people here might have different idea about it. But again thanks and Sorry for disturbing everyone. Kind regards Lu > 在 2014年5月31日，下午3:40，Erik Bais <ebais at a2b-internet.com> 写道： > > Hi Hang Lu, > > According to Duch and EU, you have to keep track of usage of customer records, due to the fact that the Dutch goverment hasn't abandoned the eu data retention Act (bewaarplicht) yet. > > If you want specific Dutch guidance on how to react in these cases, I would suggest that you take council from Ot van Daalen at Digital Defence ( https://digitaldefence.net/kantoor/ ). Ot is the former ceo of Bits of Freedom, or contact Solv Advocaten in Amsterdam. > > There are enough reasons why such order might not be valid or if the info is simply not availlable, a good lawyer / legal assistant with a background in these topics, should be able tprovide you with the answer that you are not going to find on a public mailing list. > > Regards, > Erik Bais > > Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPad > >> Op 31 mei 2014 om 14:39 heeft Lu <h.lu at anytimechinese.com> het volgende geschreven: >> >> Hi >> >> We recently receive a Dutch police order requesting us providing customer info on an ip in which was not in use for past 6 month, we do not have record for the usage of the ip 6 month ago( so we don't know who used it 6 month ago as we simply don't record it). Police claim it has to do with crime without giving any details. >> >> How should we react on this? Any suggestions? >> >> This transmission is intended solely for the addressee(s) shown above. >> It may contain information that is privileged, confidential or >> otherwise protected from disclosure. Any review, dissemination or use >> of this transmission or its contents by persons other than the intended addressee(s) is strictly prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify this office immediately and e-mail the original at the sender's address above by replying to this message and including the text of the transmission received.