Re: n3td3v humiliation during SANS podcast deemed unprofessional conduct

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Date: Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 3:25 AM
Subject: side note

does joel esler still think emails sent to handlers at sans org are
emails personally addressed to him so should be distributed throughout
IRC, and when the person complains, you should have public humiliation
of that person via a SANS podcast? just asking what your privacy
policy *actually* is and if public humiliation of anyone who
highlights any privacy breaches is within the rules of the SANS

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