Re: What can we do about the porn?

Brian O'Shea (boshea@wpine.com)
Fri, 01 Mar 1996 10:55:36 -0500


>
>Another thing I have seen reflectors admin's do (besides making a reflector
>private) is to simply put a statement on the reflector's MOTD along the lines
>of, "This site Rated-G, NO CUSEEME-SEX!". I could be wrong about the
>effectiveness of this, but I have never seen any CUSeeMe-Sex on sites that
>have such statements. I have also seen sites say, "No Nudity during the
>hours of __ am to __ pm", and I have yet to see that violated either.

Probably because the offenders have already been added to the list of IP
addresses that are DENIED access, using the reflector DENY statement.

DENY 1.2.3.4 Because you did not respect our G Rating, you are DENIED access.
//

If you put that statement in your reflect.conf, then whenever 1.2.3.4 tries to
connect to the reflector, it receives that message, and is disconnected.

-bos

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