maxsec at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 19:35:53 UTC 2018
Purely UK law, but that's been replaced this year anyway
Just in an edible file isn't it anyway isn't it?
On Wed, 26 Sep 2018 at 20:02, Kevin Miller <kevin.miller at juneau.org> wrote:
> Don't know if I should do a bug report (it's not really a bug) or just a
> feature request here, but would it be much trouble to create an en-uk
> report directory alongside the en report directory? The current English
> reports contain verbiage similar to:
> " Due to limitations placed on us by the Regulation of Investigatory
> Powers Act 2000, we were unable to keep a copy of the infected attachment.
> Please ask the sender of the message to disinfect their original version
> and send you a clean copy."
> Being in the US, the " Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000" is
> pretty much irrelevant to my users. It would be nice, if/when doing an
> installation or upgrade, if the process asked whether to use reports with a
> "British accent" or a more generic non-UK specific English report. Not
> sure if AU, NZ, CA, etc. are subject to the aforementioned act but us yanks
> would be appreciative.
> Kevin Miller
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Martin Hepworth, CISSP
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