Re: [dmarc-ietf] DMARC forensic reports (ruf=) and privacy

"John Levine" <johnl@taugh.com> Sat, 26 January 2019 16:31 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dmarc-ietf] DMARC forensic reports (ruf=) and privacy
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In article <6a56a3831dd4651e0d7610ee0c90f50749a7203b.camel@aegee.org> you write:
>How can a domain owner communicate, that its users agree to have investigations on forensic reports, where DKIM
>signatures failed (fot the purpose of avoiding repeating errors in DKIM signing/validation)?  In particular, that there
>is no expectation of the users that a deleted message is erased and that the domain owner, DNS staff and email staff
>function good as whole?

I suppose they could try to put it in the terms of service, but I
wouldn't begin to guess whether that would be enforcable or even legal
in places with the GDPR and other privacy laws.

More to the point, I wouldn't bother.  The failure reports are almost
entirely useless.  Of the ones I get, the majority are random Chinese
spam that happened to forge one of my domains on the From line, the
rest are from mailing lists where I wouldn't expect DMARC to pass.

R's,
John