1993-03-03 - Future of anonymity (short-term vs. long-term)

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From: tribble@xanadu.com (E. Dean Tribble)
To: uunet!penet.FI!julf@uunet.UU.NET
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UTC Datetime: 1993-03-03 09:31:28 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 3 Mar 93 01:31:28 PST

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From: tribble@xanadu.com (E. Dean Tribble)
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 93 01:31:28 PST
To: uunet!penet.FI!julf@uunet.UU.NET
Subject: Future of anonymity (short-term vs. long-term)
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	 IMHO a remailer operator should *NEVER* reveal any identities, but I
	 also believe very strongly that especially if you provide a way to post
	 news articles, there has to be a way to send replies to the original
	 sender. Thus a remailer must maintain mapping info.

I like this.  Does it make sense (and has it already been talked
about?) to preserve the return information only for a limited time?