On 29/Jan/10 14:56, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 07:04:42PM +0100, Alessandro Vesely wrote:
Alice reports as spam a message from Bob, either by mistake or out
But there is no way to know that Alice actually filed the report
or that Bob actually sent the message.
Botted users and nonsensical users would result in disputes that will
eventually reveal their true nature. (For the time being, let's
discard the case that _both_ Alice and Bob are botted, with their bots
playing funny games with one another.)
I have already observed (take 1) that TMGRS cannot work for sites that
allow repeated uncontrolled anonymous subscriptions by the same
user/bot. If each user can be reached, directly or indirectly, the
number of botted users /per site/ will still be manageable.
I see no reason -- at the moment -- why that number won't steadily continue
to increase over the next several years, which is as far as my crystal ball
will let me see. ;-) Given that, setting up a mechanism that spammers and
other abusers can co-opt for their own purposes *at will* appears to me
to be a pointless exercise.
OTOH such state of affairs is driven by spam. Thus there may be a
point in trying this exercise. I would dare say that the Internet has
the potential to elicit acceptable privacy rules for advertisement
The other chicken and egg problem is how to start an MGRS to support
AR forwarding, given that TMGRS requires ARs to work reliably.
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