violation of DB T&C by DB-WG co-chair, is it acceptable?
Carsten Schiefner ripe-wgs.cs at schiefner.de
Sat Oct 14 13:37:52 CEST 2017
William, On 13.10.2017 21:56, William Sylvester wrote: > [...] > > 2. Conduct of a co-chair for a working group. This is a much more > challenging issue, should a chair be held accountable for the > actions of an employer? are we really talking about an action by some random colleagues of David he'd barely know as they would work in another department across the street and therefore he'd almost never have anything to do with them? If so, I'd truly wonder how "they" would then dare to still put his full name and contact details below that email in question. Even although it appears that the sender address is rather a role account than a personal email address. I'd call this a rather unusual business practice. From my 20+ years of experience such an email with my credentials - or anyone else's, for that is - underneath would not go out without my - or that person's - clear consent. At the very least not without my - their - knowledge. Hopefully either one of you could shed a little more light on this detail - as I believe this is at the core of the issue in general. Thanks & best, -C.
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