publishing mails without auth. from person in question
ita-pe a NOSENZO.IT
Gio 22 Lug 2004 17:56:30 CEST
I can understand your point but not at all the form you use.
First of all the ITA-PE has nothings to do with the Italian NIC that
is an other company.
ITA-PE is just an Association and a mailing list (without employees
and even without any money handling).
As any other mailing list the contents is public and of course you
can use some easy measures to awoid spam when posting in a mailing
list (peraphs the same shool you suggest should help you).
You should be gald to know that Claudio Allocchio will go away from
this Association as the Association itself will probably close soon.
The ML will survive to the Association and you will more then welcome
to write your opinion in there.
If you wish to get the cancellation of your data in the Mailing List
you should act against the Naming Authority Italiana (association
owning ITA-PE in the person of his president Mr. Claudio Allocchio)
and sue them or call them in front of the Garante della Privacy
(www.garanteprivacy.it), my opinion is that the behaviour of the ITA-
PE is correct as they are not publishing any data other then your
message: by writing your message to the ML you should know that it
will be public and of course you agreed it.
On 22 Jul 2004 at 11:17, nullsender wrote:
> Hello NIC-IT Crew.
> You should not publish mails without asking, haven't you learn'd that?
> Maybe an ehtics school would be something for you all. Not only do I
> get flooded with spam, you also let anyone on the internet intrude on
> my privacy. And I can't believe you are stupid enough to publish what
> you say about your customers when making fun of them, you think it
> will give you a better image or what? This isn't bash.org. What I see
> is an organisation with employees acting like kids, just a big damn
> "Hai chiesto la sua autorizzazione a pubblicare il messaggio? :-)
> /Gian Carlo Ariosto"
> - No, they didn't ask a shit, sadly I see some irony in your mail.
> First I think Claudio Allocchio should go find another job, and it
> wouldn't hurt getting rid of Alessandro Ranellucci too. I remember a
> very bad response from Claudio, I wonder why that response wasn't
> published in the archieve.
> I want all my mails removed. (An excuse would not hurt either.) Goto
> the following URL and search for "do.it" without the qoutes.
> I believe all the mails are listed there.
> // gio
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