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And thirdly most business cheap out on web hosting / email hosting and are with US hosting anyway or don't know it indirectly. So all those people who thought that their emails would be private are going to be shifted to a system where there is no legal privacy if the US government wanted to look at what they are sending/receiving. Silly children think that Australian government and associated legislation is something to be trusted. Lets face it Microsoft isn't in the business of losing market share or customers so i doubt they would willing engage in activities that would cost customers and consequently dollars.

Silly children think that Australian government and associated legislation is something to be trusted. I dunno if you have not noticed who our deputy prime minister is but if that shows anything its that the worry is not aboard. The problem is that Microsoft has no say if the US's NSA decides that they want to trawl through all the emails they are storing for Bigpond's customers.

No, I'm going to approach down the privacy and data security path.

Will probably fall on deaf ears, but I can't sit idly by while companies just ignore our privacy rights just to suit their costs.

The question is are Bigpond subbing out the Email service to Microsoft to host on their servers?

However another thing to consider, while many people have business email addresses not linked to their ISP, they have private BP email addresses that are sometimes used to communicate business information, these will be affected.

I know because my relatives use Hotmail in Outlook via POP on Next G wireless – takes forever to send mail.

No, they are going to keep the mail.server name as if they change it they will have quit a lot of work to go around and make sure all their customers have the right settings to get their emails.

And we all know that 2/3 of their customers don't know enough about how to change the email settings on their systems.

The question thats not getting a clear answer is whether the fact that Bigpond want to change the terms of your contract with them (apparently they require u to agree to the new terms ) to enable the transfer of your email account to hotmail is sufficient grounds to break any existing Bigpond contract with a "get out of jail free" card ?

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