re: nudity

Alex Watson (
Sun, 2 Jun 1996 18:31:37 -0500 (CDT)


Take a snapshot of the flasher on the "public" reflector, do a reverse DNS
lookup of the "offender" using his IP address, and send the pic to their
ISP. They can put it on their homepage or what have you.

Usually a note through email will shake'em up a bit.

(Now if they are on a "private" or adult reflector, and "private" you have
to respect the rules of the reflector, and not do this!)


We've had too many flashers pop up on our reflector during business
meetings on our local net. Yet we still have to keep the internet
connection open... hmmmm.

> > Mostly what I see are white males looking dumbly into the screen.
> >
> This is true, naked hairy white guys, <GRIN> But The fact is if "We" as
> Users of the Net do not police ourselves, we make it easier for the Gov. to
> step in and regulate which is what they would like to do anyway. AND that
> would be a Very bad thing for most of us! Don't let what has happened to
> UseNet happen to CU sites.
> LL