[rt-users] Email signature disclaimers

Jerrad Pierce jpierce at cambridgeenergyalliance.org
Wed Nov 12 12:33:07 EST 2008

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 03:30, Panu <panu at colorplaza.com> wrote:
>> How is everyone dealing with their standard corporate email legal
>> disclaimers on ticket replies?
Refuse to give to give them any thought. They're worse than shrink-wrap
licenses. A screen of BS for a 2 line response about how to fix a bug,

Although if you are truly paranoid/trying to cover your ass, you could
require a click through agreement to access a web view of the ticket,
and have all notifications simply provide a URL to the latest transaction.
This would also let you monitor who (by IP/# of visitors at least) was
reading the ticket.

> I personally hate them :) They have no other legal value than make
> stupid people scared to sue for whatever reason. At least in most
> European countries that is the case. But then, people sue other people
> much less for stupid reasons than other side of the Atlantic :)

Leave Brazil out of this please.

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