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    If so will the internet service provider break down usage into sites visited or would it be in codes?
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    I've sorted it now out thanks
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    (Original post by blablabla321)
    If so will the internet service provider break down usage into sites visited or would it be in codes?
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    been watching too much porn on parents internet again eh?


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    (Original post by rock_climber86)
    been watching too much porn on parents internet again eh?


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    ahaha I cba even denying this, do you know the answer to my actual question though or did you come here just to say that?
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    I think they can. I know that if someone was downloading a pirated movie or whatever and they got caught, the ISP can send a 'warning' letter to your house and have everything down to the filename of what you were downloading on it. So yeah probably...


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    I'm going to say no - it's very unlikely.

    I pay for my own internet and I'm not provided with this information.

    Your ISP probably can see what sites you visit - unless you use TOR, but I highly doubt they divulge this information to the bill payer. It probably suits them better to secretly monitor this information.
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    Some routers will also keep a log of websites accessed.

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    (Original post by Tyraell)
    Some routers will also keep a log of websites accessed.

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    If I log in as the administrator for the router do you reckon I can delete the logs?
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    (Original post by blablabla321)
    If I log in as the administrator for the router do you reckon I can delete the logs?
    Can you tell us why you are so anxious to delete the logs lol??


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    (Original post by SuperFly)
    Can you tell us why you are so anxious to delete the logs lol??


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    LOOL its a long story but basically I need to find a way to delete it by tomorrow, and just to clarify I'm not doing anything illegal .Would rep your 1st post but I've ran out
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    (Original post by blablabla321)
    If so will the internet service provider break down usage into sites visited or would it be in codes?
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    Just embrace who you are. You are a healthy young woman, who likes men and pleasure like everyone else. Unless its something really ****ed up you're trying to hide.
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    (Original post by holmes221)
    Just embrace who you are. You are a healthy young woman, who likes men and pleasure like everyone else. Unless its something really ****ed up you're trying to hide.
    like scat? :puke:
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    like scat? :puke:
    Why do you people like to assume the worst, nope its not scat because A) that is ****ing disgusting B) Its probably illegal
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    (Original post by holmes221)
    Just embrace who you are. You are a healthy young woman, who likes men and pleasure like everyone else. Unless its something really ****ed up you're trying to hide.
    No dw its not something ****ed up
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    Well they can since your ISP is by law required to keep your history for 11 years (I think) but I don't think many ISP would hand it over since it could cost them too (staff to look for it and what not)

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    (Original post by blablabla321)
    Why do you people like to assume the worst, nope its not scat because A) that is ****ing disgusting B) Its probably illegal
    horses? :eyeball::yikes:
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    horses? :eyeball::yikes:
    Nope , stop guessing.
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    like scat? :puke:
    whats that
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    And thats enough of that
 
 
 
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