Re: [Newsletter] Why does Debian not recognize my WiFi?
On Wed, Sep 09, 2015 at 04:28:18AM +1200, Chris Bannister wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 07, 2015 at 06:33:14AM +1000, Stuart Longland wrote:
> > > Copyright in this message and any attachments remains with us. It
> > > is confidential and may be legally privileged.
> > *NOW* you bloody tell me! Is it or is it not confidential, and if so,
> > what in earth is the disclaimer doing at the **BOTTOM** of your email.
> > Do legal people expect us to read email messages from bottom to top?
> I think you'll find legal stuff in small print at the bottom of most
> documents/labels etc. The weird thing is what relevance it has on a
> public mailing list. I'm guessing the OP used his work email to send the
> mail and the work mail system stuck that on the end without the OPs
> intervention. It is pointless hassling the OP about this.
If you don't hassle the OP about this, OP will not mention to
their management that they are being ridiculed on the Internet
for having it, and they will not learn.
They might not learn anyway, but hassling the OP (gently,
politely, remembering that it probably wasn't their idea or
under their control) is perfectly fine.
https://randomstring.org/~dsr/eula.html is hereby incorporated by reference.
there is no justice, there is just us.