[PLUG] Talk for free using jaxtr?

Kapil Kaisare kksm19820117 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 04:08:38 PDT 2007


On 10/18/07, Nishit Dave <stargazer.dave at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 10/17/07, Aditya Laghate <laghatea at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > On 10/17/07, Roshan <d_rosh2001 at yahoo.co.in> wrote:
> > > Anukalp,
> > >
> > > You fail to realize, that your address book has public
> > > mailing list email addresses and that people are not
> > > interested in reading advertisements there.
> >
> > The funnier part is that the list moderation rules, simply fail to
> > arrest an advertisment, but on the other hand manage to arrest a
> > regular post to the list!!!
> >
> >
> /!\ ALERT!  Shelfari.com, a site that professes to unite book lovers, asks
> for your (gmail) account password so it can "tell you if any of your
> contacts are using" the service.  I wonder how many would fall for this
> trick.  Oh, and there is the standard footnote that tells you they won't
> store your login information!
>
> Small sacrifice for getting access to your address book!  Probably that
> was
> how I got the invitation mail in the first place.
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Is there any merit in the idea of setting up a public notification service
on the PLUG website informing PLUG-gies and others of such potential privacy
violations?

Is there a web service that does this already?

-- 
Kaisare, Kapil Sadashiv
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