Best practices on logical separation of [email protected] vs [email protected] role inboxes

Daniel Corbe dcorbe at hammerfiber.com
Tue Aug 7 04:32:44 UTC 2018


at 8:56 PM, John Levine <johnl at iecc.com> wrote:

> In article <ace5e592-b82f-1e26-fd8c-aa4831c6b91e at ceriz.fr> you write:
>> I'm very sorry to read that, as an ISP, you have to comply with a
>> para-judicial process that puts you in charge of censorship.
>
> Dealing with DMCA notices is a matter of statute law in the US, and it
> is a really, really bad idea to ignore them unread.  It doesn't matter
> what anyone here thinks about it.
>
> R's,
> John
>
> PS: Here's why:
>
> https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20180802/17420540355/sensing-blood-water-all-major-labels-sue-cox-ignoring-their-dmca-notices.shtml

This.

Plus I’m largely indifferent to it.   On one hand, I’m a firm believer in a  
free and open Internet.   But on the other hand, it’s so easy to hide your  
online activity that I have a hard time feeling sorry for anyone who gets  
caught up in the drag net.  Anyone who gets a notice from us is completely  
and utterly apathetic about online privacy and it’s astonishing to be just  
how lazy people really are.

I only have a few hundred users, so definitely not a representative sample  
size, but in all my time here we’ve only had a single repeat offender.






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