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Old 07 May 2004, 14:54   #41
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Or mass green blob Manos
Brilliant! Here we are on the "bring back Manos" thread, thumbs up our 4r53s, and there's something that we can do...
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Old 07 May 2004, 14:55   #42
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Not a common or garden MODERATOR with no status ..... (if you know what I mean),

After that ... well there ain't no such thing as private when one commits something to the net now is there...

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Old 07 May 2004, 15:05   #43
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there ain't no such thing as private when one commits something to the net now is there...

Guilty Conscience? It helps to confess (& I like hearing confessions)
You can tie things down quite well and use mail encryption which is really difficult to crack. There's a good product around for instant messaging as well... Now I've never had control of a UNIX mail system, but I have seen examples of mail admins routinely reading through stuff... and you can imagine what happens to all the dodgy attachments that get "quarantined" by a mail sweeper system. Let's just say that I witnessed some seriously unprofessional practises that made me relieved I wasn't a member of that particular team!
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personal opinion BTW

I guess it's a bit different when someone 'owns' a site..I would view everything on that site as coming under the patronage & potential scrutiny (as necessary) by the owner...(& I wouldn't have any prob with that to be honest)


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Old 07 May 2004, 15:19   #45
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Mmmmm...

I think that John should really have a usage policy. For example, if I typed some information here, it's my work and I can prove I published it (as long as it's still here) and any photographs I post - I retain the copyright.
I can't remember what happens when you "sign up" - there's some stuff then. But I don't believe that ownership of the system and software implies ownership of the data.
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Very much personal (idiosyncratic even) opinion...

By patronage/ scrutiny I was thinking of ACCESS to everything on the site...

I would imagine a responsible site owner (& JK certainly is) would like to have the possibility of access if only to be used when necessary..

e.g. someone posting something dangerous; spamming; even as extreme as someone /something needing investigation (etc. etc.)

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Wow! What did I miss? All this got very heavy.. and I was only away for a wee drink...... .. Like, lighten up peeps...life's too short an' all that stuff ....*going for another drink to see if that puts things back to normal*
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I blame you

I went off to do the washing up. I'll get you back one day... I'll draw you into a discussion on your work...
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