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January new legal requirements for websites

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by phil3627, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. phil3627

    phil3627 Registered Member

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    Whats this January 1 2014 new legal requirements for websites? How do I update my sites?
     
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    Yea, I would like to know as well. :)
     
  4. phil3627

    phil3627 Registered Member

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    after searching I found this
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    http://onlinelegalpages.com/
     
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    I remember seeing something about a new law in California having to do with tracking users. This new law requires you to conspicuously place on your web page how your server responds to do not track requests from browsers. Sounds silly to me.
     
  6. phil3627

    phil3627 Registered Member

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    So this new legal requirements for websites is only for the sate of California?
     
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    ChapoGuzman BANNED BANNED

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    pffft

    I worry about it when I see everyone else fall in suit.
     
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    lol I received one of those too, went straight to my deleted folder... f**k internet regulations, I rather lose all my sites and income and stick up for internet freedom, then accept these threats. Over my dead body. The next generation is either going to hate us or love us, it all depends on how willing we are to stick up for internet rights. Think about it, one day you might have a kid, who will never experience the internet you did, because you let shit like this happen. **** it, I'll get a job at McDonalds before I do that shit.
     
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    Domain privacy and dont give a single f*ck. Domain privacy is not a secure step at all, but keeps those angry ladies that create content. Maan those fat grannys know how to look up your whois, find you in linkedin/facebook. They even send reports to your hosting provider.

    True story bro..
     
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    Lol, or you could always use free domain privacy:

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