Re: [802SEC] confidentiality notices
They work so well that Tony's message here was trapped by mail server,
waiting for my approval.
I don't know how it got set up on our EC reflector, but most of the time
Tony Jeffree wrote:
> On the 802.1 reflector we have installed filters that trap such messages and
> prevent them from being distributed; when a new wording of the
> confidentiality notice appears, we update the filters accordingly. Seems to
> work pretty well.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ***** IEEE 802 Executive Committee List ***** [mailto:STDS-802-
>> SEC@ieee.org] On Behalf Of Paul Nikolich
>> Sent: 03 February 2010 5:37 PM
>> To: STDS-802-SEC@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG
>> Subject: [802SEC] confidentiality notices
>> Some of your WG participants are still not following the policy regarding
>> confidentiality notices on emails sent to 802 reflectors. Please issue a
>> note to your group to emphasize the policy below.
>> Here is the IEEE 802 policy on use of the reflectors:
>> 802 Policy regarding restrictive notices:
>> IEEE 802 operates in an open manner. To that end, no material submitted to
>> IEEE 802, or any of its sub-groups, will be accepted or considered if that
>> material contains any statement that places any burden on the recipient(s)
>> with respect to confidentiality or copyright. This policy specifically
>> includes e-mail.
>> Any material that has such a "Confidentiality Disclaimer" on it is not
>> acceptable. The purpose of such a disclaimer is to transfer some level of
>> responsibility to the recipient for deciding whether or not it is
>> to disclose, use, disseminate, copy, post or otherwise distribute, the
>> IEEE 802 accepts no such responsibility. The most effective way for 802 to
>> decline any such responsibility is to not accept material with such a
>> Correspondence with 802 groups will not be confidential. It is very likely
>> that any such correspondence (in addition to being discussed in open
>> meetings) will be posted in the open portion of our web-site and thus will
>> disclosed, disseminated and distributed. Anyone who wishes to correspond
>> an 802 group must understand and accept this as a condition of sending us
>> documentation. Inclusion of any restrictive notice is contrary to, and
>> negates, any indication of acceptance of the IEEE 802 policy of openness.
>> Copyrighted works may be accepted as submissions for inclusions in drafts
>> only with an appropriate release. Copyrighted works may be referenced in
>> drafts and presentations if they are available on reasonable and non-
>> discriminatory terms.
>> Please review your email formatting and make sure that it does not contain
>> any disclaimers. If your IT department mandates them you will have to
>> use another email service or not send emails to the reflectors.
>> This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This
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