In my country, Austria, a telecommunications data retention law will be executed starting at April 1. Internet carriers are required to store connection data (from which computer to which server), but no actual data payloads, for up to 6 months.
I would like to avoid the government knowing which of the many million Facebook profiles is mine (I'm using a pseudonym as name). AFAIK, SSL encrypts the GET-parameters as well, so my profile id should be safe from storing. Is there any other way the government could find out about my FB profile id, given only the connection data?
If yes, is the only way to keep my profile safe to always use a VPN?