hh at soda.berkeley.edu
Sun Dec 20 00:02:57 PST 1992
>The anonymous mailing system at pax has the following policy:
> - A log of activities of the remailing software is maintained when
> debugging is in progress (often) which could be used to correlate
> real identities with aliases - this is no more or less information
> than is available in the alias database which is not visible to
> anyone except the root user. Message-id's are NOT stored in this log,
> and the contents of messages and posts are NOT stored anywhere, nor
> are they scrutinized by me or anyone else. I don't care and I don't
> want to know. If someone does something unreasonable and I get
> complaints then I could lock out a particular source of mail if
> I didn't get a good explanation, but I am not going to go reading
> other peoples mail in order to censor it !
I keep logs on content and origin on my three remailers. I do read the
logs. However, I would not censor any transmissions. I would stop
accepting mail from a site given enough reasonable complaints.
> - Under no circumstance short of being arrested and/or the equipment
> commandeered by someone else will the alias database be divulged
> or the contents or routes of messages deliberately intercepted.
Dido for me. I would make an attempt to destroy all of my data if an
attempt were made to take the equipment or access the data by a government
or other agency.
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