snoopers’ network locations

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My readers are perhaps just a bit geeky, um, like me,  because they are coming  from universities,    financial institutions  and the software computing industry.  

Google analytics tells me the Network locations of computers that have reqested page-loads from the wendyhome servers.   Often these network locations are clearly consumer internet service providers,   sometimes they are not.   Here are some of the Network locations that do not look like consumer internet services grouped by primary business type.

Software/Computing

  • Microsoft Corp
  • APPLE COMPUTER
  • Intel Corporation
  • IBM
  • Macafee Security
  • Research Machines plc
  • Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Cisco Systems inc
  • Opera Software asa
  • Honeywell
  • Eastman Kodak Company

Financial

  • Credit Suisse group canada
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Bloomberg Financial Market
  • Bank of America
  • Barclays Capital (UK)
  • Nat West Bank group (UK)
  • First Rand Bank

Universities

  • Cornell University
  • Purdue university
  • Leeds University (UK)
  • North Carolina State university
  • University of Brighton (UK)
  • University of Cambridge (UK)
  • University of Washington
  • Charles University

Local government

  • Wolverhampton city council (UK)
  • East Sussex local education authority (UK)
  • State of Arkansas
  • State of Minesota
  • State of Tennessee
  • Government of South Africa

Aerospace

  • the boeing company
  • lockheed martin corporation
  • Patrick Air Force Base
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2 bits of lovely banter on “snoopers’ network locations”

  1. Andy writes:

    You can put Telvent on the Software/Computing list as well. I just mainly work from home or client sites so my I.P. rarely would lead you back to Telvent itself unless I am up at the Calgary office.

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  2. Karl writes:

    One more for the software/computing list: Datallegro. Another home office reader.

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