But none of that weighs up to the companies who send abuse mails directly to my hosting provider instead of to me. My hosting provider usually gives me 24 hours to solve those reports, so just out of principle I'll wait 23 hours before deleting the content.
Then there are the companies who send DMCA mails to support or my personal e-mail address, even though I state specifically on my about page that DMCAs should go to abuse@. I just delete those, idgaf
Even though the files are usually already gone I still need to check every single mail.. so much wasted time. I need to work more on automating this. Ideally I just have a queue of DMCA notifications and I only have to press Accept or Deny to process them.
Hey @avira do you know how hard it is to build a trustworthy brand?
And do you know how how easy it is to get such a brand reputation ruined by some shitty antivirus program saying that it's a phishing site?
Check your damn e-mails.
Yessss! I am now a proud patron of Fornax pixeldrain on @patreon, and you should be too: #NewPatron https://patreon.com/pixeldrain?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=tyshare2
Fortinet has once again (for the fourth time or so) unblocked pixeldrain on its firewalls. I'm very close to getting a perfect score on VirusTotal. Except @avira still thinks that it's a phishing site for some reason. They're not responding to my mails.
So up to today marrying kids was fine in the Philippines, but sharing files on pixeldrain is not allowed..
Here's Tom with the weather!
Do everything and feel nothing
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!