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10.05.2010 04:54 pm (UTC)

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I would also point out that server access gives us the theoretical ability to read network traffic (even https) off the wire, not just database content, so there is possibly more at stake there than just protected entries. I can't immediately think of a circumstance in which I would be looking at that type of content in order to do my job, unless I already had reason to believe that the traffic or database entries constituted an attack on Dreamwidth's server resources. I do not work support requests unless specifically asked, and will not access private information to do so. I do try to work on difficult-to-diagnose bugs, but thanks to [personal profile] sophie, it's simple enough to troubleshoot things on a Dreamhack instead.
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