Responsible for creating the message content.
As this discussion is about accountability, I suggest removing the
"responsible" part from that line. The author creates the message content.
I am not understanding your concern. I added the word "responsible" to each of
the defintions, in order to make explicit that responsibility is what we are
Are you distinguishing accountability from responsibility? If so, why and how?
Are you viewing the word 'responsible' as redundant, since the entire context is
about it? If so, my feeling is that we need to repetition, since there is
already some history of missing this focus.
If your concern is something else, what is it?
Responsible for some degree of author and/or content "approval"
and for injecting the content into the Internet Mail service.
As we move down the distribution chain, we find that the publisher may
be identified as the responsible party as he/she can, to some degree, do
content "approval" and identify the author.
Again, I am not understand your point. You seem to be agreeing with the
definition, but I suspect you are intending to suggest a change or to raise a
concern. Please clarify.
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