- everycontractorAsked on February 16, 2012 at 12:59 PM
It appears that some thoughts have been tossed around regarding trying to partition your customers in the US to use .US. I would imagine that the fraud would still only narrow it down to those on the US domain. Has it been discussed to assign a specific domain to each client to be able to manage your client's activities? Could you not sell a domain name to your clients and therefore get a tighter grip on each client so at anytime you could shut down the proper domain and not affect the whole class.
- egegAnswered on February 16, 2012 at 02:45 PM
We're talking aboout ways to partition our users in order to minimize the damage done but selling domains would really be an overkill and we would probably have to re-adjust our prices accordingly, which might turn out to be unsustainable, both for us and our users.
On another note, that sounds a lot like SOPA or any similar act. Personally, I feel that the companies shouldn't be forced to play the good cop bad cop against their users. We provide a service and thats all we do. We already have spam and phishing filters running, and yes we would cooperate willingly with any governmental agency for the forms that got through, as long as there's any phsyical evidence of foul play. But we simply cannot monitor every single user activity.