Legal note: This site is directed towards professional users rather than consumers. If you require further information, please send a request via snail mail or e-mail; additonal contact adresses are linked below.
If you complete this form, and then submit it, your browser will send it via and must be configured appropriately and probably be connected to the Internet or a local e-mail server. Most probably, the message will use an unencrypted, unsecure connection. Alternatively, you can print the form and send it via snail mail or fax (number available upon request).
Another printable software-registration form is included in the on-line-help of AnyQuest for Windows.
AnyQuest for Windows is available as shareware, and if you have no budget, you may be eligible for free registration. Please review the license conditions in the on-line-help file.
WARNING and note regarding privacy and data protection - short version: If you press the "Submit" button, entered information will be converted on your system to an e-mail message in your standard e-mail client. You can edit, send, or discard this e-mail message. When you send it, it is transferred in the Internet like any of your e-mail messages, which often means in openly readable form. Alternatively, you can send me PGP/GPG encrypted messages. For this purpose, my public GPG key with ID 089DCAF35F15062A is provided on various public key-servers (actually, you should not only check the ID because what you read here might be wrong, but also the e-mail addresses connected to the key and its web of trust). You can use e.g. Enigmail or other means to deploy PGP/GPG encryption in e-mails.
I do not want to detail current practices of various more or less democratically legitimized governments regarding the uninvited monitoring and storage of information related to telecommunications of millions of people - I just want to remind you that such a thing exists, in the EU, and suggest you to consider who has used such practices in history, what for, and whom they benefit today.