I have some evidence that our Godaddy domain account has been tampered with, by a former administrator with access to the account credentials.
To prove that the account was accessed, I need, at the very least, the timestamps of successful account login.
Godaddy refused to process my request for access logs to my own account, and responded
Thank you for your email We would be un able to provide logs with out a subpoena. Please review the subpoena policy below.
Wikipedia's ariticle on subpoena states that:
Subpoenas are usually issued by the clerk of the court in the name of the judge presiding over the case
This implies that there is a court case. But we have no court case yet, as I am still in the process of gathering information to support the case.
Is Godaddy entitled to refuse access to my own account information, except under legal compulsion?
Are there other ways of accessing this information?