[anti-abuse-wg] 2010-08 New Policy Proposal (Abuse contact information)
Jørgen Hovland jorgen at hovland.cx
Wed Nov 10 15:45:19 CET 2010
On 11/10/10 14:31, Frank Gadegast wrote: > > ??? > > So you dont receive or send abuse emails ? Of course I do. I have the honor of deleting automated lawyertreats and "that guy is really, really mean and I really hate him"-messages from my inbox every day. I even received a personal threat recently because the complainer had a fatal error on their system. > Or you are such a good programmer that you can handle the current > "spread" of abuse contacts in whois ? > I can read english and a few other languages, but I am not ordinary Joe. This thread has more or less become a discussion about the need to send complaints as fast as possible without the need of thinking or taking any considerations or precautions. You want everyone to have a huge button that says complain and you want to click on it as many times as you want because you are so darn angry. I however, want a button that says "stop whining, click here to play Angry bird instead". Back to the topic: IRT yes, mandatory no. And that's mainly because of the word mandatory and that it would probably lead to more complaints. To be perfectly honest I don't even believe everyone should be entitled to complain. Real abuse issues usually gets through anyway.