Encouraging email security.

Jason Harris jharris@widomaker.com
Sat May 24 17:32:02 2003

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On Thu, May 22, 2003 at 10:52:09AM -0700, J Irving wrote:

> I agree.  I was recently in a "sexual harassment" class where the
> teacher, a lawyer, virtually rolled his eyes and laughed at the
> "I didn't send that email" defense.  I suggested that it was
> trivial to spoof the origin of an email; he said that it doesn't
> matter what you can do, it only matters what a jury of your peers
> think you can do.  He clearly thought that the claim held no
> credibility in any sensible person's mind.

Obviously that FUD suited his position as a teacher in the class.
Sensible people would use and believe expert witnesses.

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