[Spambayes] Important Notice, Your Nationwide Online Account.
Andoni.OConchubhair at fmr.com
Tue Jun 17 12:35:08 CEST 2008
Hello Tim et al.,
Please copy the list with any response received from Google so that we may
all know their policy. This can then be forwarded to people who have the
same request in future.
From: spambayes-bounces at python.org [mailto:spambayes-bounces at python.org] On
Behalf Of Tim Peters
Sent: 17 June 2008 05:52
To: Moty Koppes
Cc: spambayes at python.org
Subject: Re: [Spambayes] Important Notice, Your Nationwide Online Account.
> I am truly disappointed to find the email I sent you regarding my problems
> with your software under my name in Google.
Sorry, but as it says at the top of:
There are currently five mailing lists of interest. All lists are
public, and all are
publicly archived. This is normal practice for open-source projects, and
should be aware that all email sent to one of these addresses will
to the world
Likewise at the top of the SpamBayes mailing-list page:
Please note that this is a public mailing list: all messages sent
to this list
are visible to the public, and are publicly archived.
> Don't you have client confidentiaity in mind?
Actually no -- because the SpamBayes project has no clients in the
sense you have in mind. All work is done by unpaid volunteers, who
freely share their work. Nobody asked you for money when you obtained
the software, neither when you asked for help. With no revenue, the
only way it's possible to offer support /at all/ is via these public
mailing lists, where all the software's developers and users can
volunteer their help, whenever they're so inclined and can make spare
time for that.
> I want for you to Google my name: Moty Koppes and ask Google to remove the
> email I have sent to your company long time ago.
> If you do not remove it, I will be taking legal action.
While I expect that will prove to be a waste of your time, I agree
it's better than taking illegal action ;-)
SpamBayes at python.org
Check the FAQ before asking: http://spambayes.sf.net/faq.html
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