Presicely. For the potential of abuse, I doubt that such a listing of members would be made public. Too much potential for harm
Well, that is leaving ASAP quite in the dark, isn't it? It may be necessary, but it throws a shadow on ASAP as a whole.
I know, suspicion may rise now of me being supported by a malware company.
I'm not, as an end user starting in computing in 1980, entering the Internet in September 1995, I still am an end user, although a 63 year old Dutchman now.
My very modest "site" is My Webpage
. You can see some links there to Dutch antispyware forums of which I am a member.
I have read the ASAP chapter, I was in the Mars Hotel, but I am still unaware of the policy on opt-in and opt-out.
And for that, how the ASAP membership is sustained. (As I look at the Microsoft MVP project for example, I do know what I am looking at.)
Maybe I am speaking as a total misfit here, utterly out of place. Please say so, but if in any way possible, show me the way to the answers I am looking for.