robert at timetraveller.org
Mon Sep 22 09:36:08 EDT 2008
On Mon, 22 Sep 2008, IRC.US.COM Administration wrote:
> as immoral as it is.. it 'can' be done. granted, it may be your server but
> unless they know you are doing it or even having it stated so in the motd..
> well, i wouldn't want to rest on a server that monitors my 'private'
> conversations. :)
It may not be immoral. Companies running internal IRC networks are often
interested in this feature from an 'information capture' point of view.
So I what I'm saying is there is thin wedge where this is legitimate ;)
Of course morality (and maybe legaility) will require that this is stated
upfront. I was asked about this recently by a company and recommended
that they _not_ do it as not desirable for some corporate information to
be transparently logged by a 3rd party (the sysadmins).
 I've also seen them like it due to a desire to check up on staff :(
> Administrator of IRC.US.COM
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "wellex" <wellex at freeirc.org>
> To: <hybrid at lists.ircd-hybrid.org>
> Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 3:29 am
> Subject: Admin Module
>> can admin spy user private message ? anyone have module to spy user
>> message or how to ?
>> thank you
>> weliyanto a.k.a wellex
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