[thelist] Search Engine Article From InternetDay

Jon Haworth jhaworth at witanjardine.co.uk
Tue Jun 19 11:10:18 CDT 2001

I just went there, and stuck in a spamtrap address. I also took a screen
grab of their privacy policy ("Any information you give to us is
confidential and will only be used by this organisation in the way you
request.... Your information will never be given to or sold to a third party
for any reason whatsoever").

Wait and see, I guess. LART on standby.


-----Original Message-----
From: Arlen.P.Walker at jci.com [mailto:Arlen.P.Walker at jci.com]
Sent: 19 June 2001 16:49
To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
Subject: Re: [thelist] Search Engine Article From InternetDay

FWIW, the man behind Aesop is Mark Joyner, he of the "1001 Killer Internet
Marketing Tactics."

I'm not offering that information as a reason not to trust it, though a
search engine site that requires you to give them your e-mail address,
which is run by high-end marketer like that *does* give one pause, at the
very least.

'The information included in this Email is of a confidential nature and is 
intended only for the addressee. If you are not the intended addressee, 
any disclosure, copying or distribution by you is prohibited and may be 
unlawful. Disclosure to any party other than the addressee, whether 
inadvertent or otherwise is not intended to waive privilege or confidentiality'


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