--On 28 January 2011 10:17:18 +0100 Alessandro Vesely <vesely(_at_)tana(_dot_)it>
Equally important is how a bad reputation is unacquired.
Isn't that the same as acquiring good reputation? But whom from, in
It's not quite the same. Reputation scores can be positive, negative or
zero. And, they might not be simply trinary, but graded - say as
Unaquiring bad reputation might simply be a matter of going back to neutral
reputation, at least for a probationary period. And, it could be gradual.
For example, you might imagine that a domain's reputation would be badly
hit by a system compromise, but gradually recovers over a period of a few
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