"Dangerous Content" or "Banned Content"?

Timothy VanFosson timv at CCAD.UIOWA.EDU
Wed Nov 19 17:45:41 GMT 2003

How about {Content Policy Violation}?  The word "banned" carries with it
some emotional baggage, at least in the US, that I'd like to avoid.


At 11:33 AM 11/19/2003, you wrote:
>I'm thinking of changing one of the default subject line tags for new
>It currently says
>        {Dangerous Content?}
>but I'm thinking of changing it to
>        {Banned Content}
>My thinking is that the content checks, such as HTML tags, partial
>messages, attachment size limits and so on are more of a policy/safety
>issue than a risk issue. What is considered safe on a site is really a
>policy decision made by the management of that site.
>Having messages which are too big tagged as potentially dangerous isn't
>really correct.
>Does that sound reasonable?
>Julian Field
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