Hi Satoru, all,
Thanks again for your contribution.
There are many ways to protect a whois “email” from spam. For example, you can request a manual intervention to actually “see” the email.
I think this is an operational issue outside of the scope of the PDP, and should be sorted out by the staff.
Also, this concern is the same for any email published in the whois, not just our policy proposal, right?
I am Satoru Tsurumaki from Japan Open Policy Forum.
I would like to share key feedback in our community for prop-125,
based on a meeting we organised on 22nd Aug to discuss these proposals.
Many supporting opinions were expressed on this proposal.
- Agree, you should.
- When mail address is posted in whois DB, a lot of SPAM is sent. We should take some measures.
2018-08-17 14:52 GMT+11:00 Sumon Ahmed Sabir <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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Are you ready for the new Internet ?
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