[AusNOG] metadata conference on SkyNews
aj at jonesy.com.au
Fri Aug 8 16:21:25 EST 2014
What wasn't clear to me was: although they only want details of who had
x IP address at a particular date/time without a warrant, what happens
when they get a warrant to get more details? Will they then be pursuing
ISPs for _historical_ details of which IPs that IP address communicated
with, or merely getting access via lawful intercept set up _after_ the
warrant is executed?
I didn't hear that question asked or answered clearly, but maybe I just
On 08.08.2014 15:33, Noel Butler wrote:
> They don't care where you go, all they want to know is which end user
> had 126.96.36.199 at time.date within last 2 years.
> no need to learn netflow or any such crap, your radius logs will do
> if you read that differently, then you and I certainly watch two
> different programs
> http://youtu.be/yiGQkoPADi4  IIRC its about 3 or so mins in.
> On 08/08/2014 15:10, Paul Wallace wrote:
>> Malcolm Turnbull was on the telly this morning stating unequivocally
>> that they do not plan to mandate the collection & retention of "web
>> pages' rather "just the IP address'.
>> I'm struggling to accept this because it would be valueless intel to
>> some degree, in that a single IP often leads you to a web host that's
>> hosting many websites via the same IP
>> If that host was hosting MANY websites it would difficult to figure
>> out precisely which site the person of interest was browsing!
>> Watch for slippage in relation to that particular claim
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>> Phil Pierotti
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>> Clearly if you need source and destination of every packet then
>> sFlow just doesn't cut the mustard.
>> Also as clear (to us, if not them) if you're NOT collecting said
>> 'meta data' on every single packet then why bother capturing any?
>> Or are you hoping to capture every N-th terrorist plot,
>> kiddie-porn-ographer or other bogey-man of the moment?
>> PHIL PIEROTTI
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