On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 12:06:21PM -0500, Chris Lewis wrote:
I explained that to RSK about a year ago. Guess he forgot.
No, but I do think you're right *and* I'm right.
You're right about the statistics.
I'm right about end-users: there is no way that any end-user should
ever be permitted to classify anything as spam/not-spam.  They clearly
haven't got the slightest idea how to tell the difference...because
if they DID, the scope of the problem we face would be much smaller.
(It would still be non-zero: it's clear that many spammers don't care
whether users receive, read, save, or respond to spam.)
 It might not be unreasonable to permit them the privilege of flagging
something for review by someone equipped with appropriate expertise, although
that has privacy implications that I'm not entirely comfortable with.
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