[olug-colo] 11111 M fiber located

Edward Pluta epluta3 at cox.net
Fri May 22 15:08:35 EDT 2009

I know its legal for private citizens but does that apply to business 
entities? I know I sure as hell would not want to advertise how I negotiated 
with my customers (If I actually sold stuff) and part of that would be being 
recorded at the sales meeting/call. If nothing else I would not want to do 
business with that company anymore. That's just me though.The legality of it 
is really not really relevant if you just ask if its alright. Worst case 
they say "No" and the whole world does not get to hear the details of the 
deal directly. They have to see it reprinted here, or dials in and sits on 
mute. Just a thought.

PS. Most everyone I have met from Cox likes to drink, just something to 
think about.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Luke-Jr" <luke at dashjr.org>
To: "Olug Community colo project" <olug-colo at olug.org>
Sent: Friday, May 22, 2009 5:23 PM
Subject: Re: [olug-colo] 11111 M fiber located

> On Friday 22 May 2009 05:18:41 pm Will Langford wrote:
>> On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 1:42 PM, Edward Pluta <epluta3 at cox.net> wrote:
>> > For private citizens, but does it  really apply in this case? Can
>> > "business"
>> > entities record, what are essentially, negotiations between one 
>> > another?
>> > I'm
>> > far from a lawyer, I just don't want anyone going to jail before this
>> > party gets started :>)
>> "This call may be recorded for quality and instructional purposes" or
>> something like that... hear that much ? :)
> Some states, but not Nebraska, require all parties to be aware of 
> recording.
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