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You can't buy data hygiene 2021-04-23 UTC
Over the past few years, dozens of data hygiene services have come on the market. But are these services really delivering?... (>)

Subscription Bombing: COI, CAPTCHA, and the Next Generation of Mail Bombs 2016-09-16 UTC
Internet harassment is becoming an increasingly ugly and widespread issue, and over the weekend of August 13-14 it spilled into territory we could do something about. After a few weeks of low level activity, over that weekend some unknown cyber criminals launched a targeted attack on over 100 government email addresses, using bots to create mailing list subscription requests at the rate of over 1000 per minute. Effectively, this was a denial of service attack, rendering the government mailboxes useless for considerable time. Over the next couple of months the targets expanded from government addresses to others, some of which were targeted and timed to be especially disruptive.... (>)

Confirmed Opt In - A Rose by Any Name 2008-08-11 UTC
Closed Loop Confirmed Opt In is the full technical term for the best opt-in subscription practice around. But whether you call it Confirmed, Verified, Double or any other adjective it still means the same thing: "Hey you! Subscriber! Is this really you who signed up for this list? Unless you respond, we won't send you more mail." The subscriber's response completes the loop and confirms their... (>)

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