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*client calls in*

Me: good morning, how can I help you?
Client: my ip is blocked, could you unblock it for me?
Me: certainly! What's your ip address? Then I'll have a look.
Client: I'm not giving you my ip?! That's too privacy sensitive.
Me: 😶
Me: 😶
Me: 😶
Me: sir, I'm very keen on my privacy myself but without that information I can't do much for you 😬
Client: ah so you're refusing to help me?
Me: not like that, it's just very hard to lift an ip block for me when I don't know the ip address.
Client: you just don't want to help, fine.

*click*

😶

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  • 209
    LMAO =)) you finally met someone who cares privacy more than you do :P
  • 49
    You've met your match
  • 61
    Meanwhile client probably doesn't realize that his super private public IP gets stored in the webserver logs of every site he visits 😝 and if he really cares about his privacy so much, he could.. you know.. use a VPN?
  • 88
    New theory: The client has no idea how to get his IP address, so he thought of an argument that would allow him to hide his lack of knowledge.
  • 32
    @rutee07 So if I shred my credit card I won’t have an IP address anymore? I will be anonymous online?
  • 41
    @korrat no you have to take photo of your credit card (both sides) and send the photos to cursemeslowly@tutanota.com

    It is an open source AI blockchain graphql API web service that auto delete all possible traces you have used it on internet.
  • 32
    @Frederick sorry it is still in beta :3 might be a bug. Sorry pal. The minute you sent the mail, you have auto agreed to the T&C I have wrote on my sticky note.
  • 16
    @cursee Well its an AI so its understandable.
    Now if over 9000 people send their credit cards it will be much better
  • 4
    @rutee07 what idea?
  • 3
    That’s... That just triggered me so hard 🙃
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  • 16
    It's like:
    Do you deliver pizza?
    Yes, what address?
    I don't give that out to just anyone. Then they know where I live.
  • 5
    It might also be someone from devrant pulling a prank on you 🤔
  • 1
    @rutee07 that would certainly instantiate a wtf mode for them
  • 3
    @rutee07 oh, so that's why I have to put it in everytime I want to use it and have to unencrypt my PC files when I've been away for too long.
  • 1
    @rutee07 ooh, I see where that's gonna go! 😯
  • 4
    WHAT. THE. ACTUAL. FUCK.?! 😅
  • 3
    Just knew it was your rant bro. haha the I'm very keen on my privacy as well gave you out.
  • 3
  • 4
    My wife.
  • 1
    😂 😂 😂 😂 😂

    Best client ever! Is he going to not pay because type his credit card numbers are dangerous too?
  • 3
    I bet its the kind of person that clicks on "See all the singles around you" kind of button.
  • 2
    @Frederick
    And that is why i think tech support should have star system for rating customers as well...
  • 2
    Could also be a social engineering tactic to see if you would unblock all know ips or unblock the last X ips

    You might have not noticed it, but good job sticking to your protocol 😉
  • 1
    Classic incapable and unfriendly junior @linuxxx😂

    Sorry pal
  • 2
    People's lack of knowledge pertaining to IP addresses disappoints me. They aren't in any way private.
  • 1
    This made my day
  • 2
    That client must be a special kind of stupid not your usual
  • 0
    And then he hacked into your system and unblocked it by himself...
  • 0
    Haha
  • 4
    IP is 127.0.0.1
  • 0
    @rutee07 make sure to record that conversation
  • 0
    Thank God, you don't have to waste time explaining privacy shit to that kind of people.
  • 1
    @-Tor the cat version is much better
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