Re: [perpass] draft-josefsson-email-received-privacy

"Christian Huitema" <huitema@huitema.net> Mon, 26 October 2015 01:42 UTC

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On Saturday, October 24, 2015 3:46 PM, John Levine wrote:
> ...
> My suggestion would be to start by finding people who have experience
> in large mail systems (Ned would be a good start if he has the time),
> and then state clearly what you're trying to do.  It looks like it's
> identifying and minimizing the amount of PII collected, reported (to
> downstream consumers), and logged (for internal users) for incoming
> mail.  Once you've done that, it'd be quite interesting to try and see
> what gets collected, and what the tradeoffs are if you don't collect
> it or don't report or log it.

That sounds like a reasonable plan. Let's start, then. What about having
interested parties meet at a bar in Yokohama, say Monday evening, and start
drafting the first solution? I would be happy to pay the first round of
drinks, if that speeds up consensus...

-- Christian Huitema