Reading the title can suggest a number of things. Two possibilities perhaps:You are employed by an ISP company or you are having problems with an ISP company and possibly an employees activity. Care to reveal the problem or concern, it could be interesting?.
What a stupid comment to make! More silly assumptions from you. I absolutely detest that phrase "get a life". What the heck does it actually mean, apart from trying to belittle someone. ..................... I agree with spuds, plus I'd like to know if they could personally identify what you've been upto.
Just curious mind you, I'm not into porn, cheating or anything illegal Cymro before you ask/say so.
has provoked at least one irrelevant response, cottie. I'm sure you have nothing to hide. The answer to your question is no, ISP employees don't have any information about which web sites you visit. Individual web servers record your IP address when you arrive, and they record which pages you look at, but the information is retained on the servers, it's not passed to your ISP.
ISP employees don't have to swear an oath of secrecy, but they do have to abide by the terms of the data protection act. This means that they must not pass to a third party any information that identifies you personally, unless ordered to do so by a judge.
The operators of individual web servers will have a record of your IP address, and details of which pages you looked at on their site, but they can't find out who you are from that information.