Government plan is a load of junk
What an immensely practical idea from a government clearly in command of a peerless knowledge economy (Government data plans put CIOs on alert, 26 May).
A typical small mail server produces just 2GB or so every
week, nearly all of which is bounced spam and other rubbish. So that’s around
100GB per year of mail logs alone. Now, let’s say there are 100,000 mail
servers running in the
I would imagine that all the other stuff we generate puts another nought or two on that, giving a nice exabyte of worthless junk. How would they like us to lose that when we send our comms data across?