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To provide a means of protection, deterrence and prosecution. The internet is a seething ground for people of disturbed minds looking for victims. Many people today cannot freely enjoy what the internet offers due to online stalking, harassment or enticement. Until now, a victim cannot find any information on a screename without a subpoena or had to save email headers or cut and paste conversations and turn them into authorities. Although this is the correct method of dealing with such situations, it is a slow one. CHECKIM.COM offers the victim INSTANT RESULTS. Obtaining the actual time that someone was online and the ISP they actually used will accelerate the judicial process. Parents of children and victims of online abuse, identity theft, cyberstalking etc. now have a means to protect themselves, to get the upper hand on those that use the anonymity of the net to carry out their evil fetishes on innocent knowledge seekers. This is also a great deterrence to further activity by perpetrator because CHECKIM.COM offers the means for the victim to notify the perpetrator that they have been tracked and reported to the proper authorities. In addition, the results provided CHECKIM.COM can be printed or emailed and used to assist authorities in quickly apprehending perpetrator.
CHECKIM.COM believes completely in the right to privacy. The Constitution advocates this right.

However, our Constitution was made for a responsible and self-governing people.

"We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. "
John Adams, Address to the Military, October 11, 1798

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects individuals from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government of e-mail and other information stored on their computer systems. A person must have a "reasonable expectation of privacy" in the communications at issue to invoke the Fourth Amendment (Katz v. United States, 389 US 347, 361 (1967). A reasonable expectation of privacy exists where (1) a person has exhibited an actual (subjective) expectation of privacy; and (2) society recognizes the expectation as a reasonable one.
Society does not recognize the expectation of those who hold others rights in total disregard and contempt. Millions of people in our society who have no moral compass and are destitute and ignorant have no consideration of the rights of others, to the point of breaking the law. Shall we "protect" the privacy of individuals who use their privacy for things that are globally accepted as unnatural and evil? For example, child porn, enticing children, etc? All political correctness aside, in the real world, if you are a parent, which is a higher priority in your mind? Your child's innocence or a sickly mind's right to privately corrupt that innocence? If someone was harming your child, would you not stop them? Irregardless of their rights? Just as they say that ignorance of the law is not protected by the law when violated, even more so, the deliberate violation of the law (or another's rights) is not protected by the law.
So if you feel that this site violates the rights of depraved minds, email and voice your opinion.

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