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According to a press release we have received "All reports will be investigated expeditiously and in
complete confidence. If abuse is found we will rectify it. Users will be able to submit reports anonymously should they choose, whereas we encourage them to supply an e-mail address, which will be used in case further information will be needed in order to successfully complete the abuse investigation."
There is a new FAQ at http://inelegant.org/report-abuse/faq.html .
It is not hosted on the dmoz.org servers. However, it does have the [url=http://****.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=abuse&Number=29144&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1] "full blessing and support of the ODP staff".[/url]
(there is one who hangs on like teflon in spite of my reports over the years, but there you go. To be fair the majority do go)
The only point I would make with this move, is that those of us making reports may wish to remain nameless (as I do). The form asks for your email address. Looks as though I will have to activate that old Hotmail account to use the service.
Domain ownership? Try betterwhois dot com - their records have the data. Examining the details might even reveal to you which meta owns it.
Examining the details might even reveal to you which meta owns it.
Ah...that answers my question. I wanted to know if AOL/DMOZ owned it or if it was a privately-owned domain.
Many people -- and I include myself, were I inclined to use a form -- would likely hesitate to send information to a third party, no matter who that third party is.
[edited for clarity.]