I find this thread quite entertaining. Perhaps a word of caution for those who wish to spew vitriol on a public forum such as this. ... Unfortunately, you included in your rant having admitted to abusing the duty regulations we as professionals are compelled to follow. This in itself could be a reportable offence possibly having some consequences.
Now, you should be aware, that pilots have access to Air Canada's reservation computer and with it, the files of the passengers of any given flight. It does not take a Sherlock Holmes to determine the name of one of our passengers, or the name of a company a passenger represents. The vitriolic comments you have made could easily come back to bite you in retribution. No one is totally anonymous in the internet blog world.
I, as well, find this thread quite interesting. Here we have one pilot cautioning another pilot about disclosing information about his alleged breach of duty regulations, at the same time that he is suggesting others could engage in authorized access to their employer's computer system to gain confidential information about the first pilot's customer record, in breach of privacy laws and the employer's code of conduct!
I love irony, but does anyone here have a clue about the implications of what they are saying?