Martijn Grooten writes:
But I don't think that's a good reason not to remove certain headers
and/or remove parts of some of them that potentially contain privacy
"X is a good idea" ≠ "X is a good idea for a standards body".
The real question is: would spam filters still be
able to do a good enough job if we removed these things?
There are two thresholds: The line above which enough information is
removed to effectively protect whatever is to be protected, and the line
above which best-in-class spam filters cannot effectively distinguish
between a blackhat trying to protect his identity and a whitehat doing the
I can't see any argument that the two differ.
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