Yuji Shinozaki says:
There are so many easier ways to collect email addresses that I doubt
scanning and parsing www archives would be very tempting. You could argue
that having the intact mailbox files available on the net is a bad thing,
because they can be parsed quickly and easily...
I would rather argue that there seems to be programs out there (I've
never seen one though) that are for specifically going through a web
site and extracting all the email addresses. So I am wondering if this
is anything to be concerned about.
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