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Fucking precious fragile snowflake dick heads.
Some bot beats a contact form captcha and an email with "offensive" content gets into a mailbox, and they're immediately shouting to HR that we're not protecting them from it.

Bitch, we'll NEVER be able to shield your super special self from all the big nasty bad men on the net - GET THICKER SKIN YOU THUNDERCUNT

One more fucking whine like that, and I'm gonna get far more offensive than your fucking inbox

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  • 8
    Oh my God.

    Can you tell us what the offensive content was?
  • 15
    @Stuxnet that's the best bit - nothing that you wouldn't find in a Hotmail account from 10 years ago!
    Just a link in the body (which our mail gateway url filter spotted and replaced BTW), and the subject line of "Fuck women in your town tonight"

    So I killed an afternoon "writing a heuristics matrix to assess and filter content likely to cause offense"
    At least thats what I told them. Fuckers glazed over when I said "heuristics", so I went for a coffee and hit reddit for an hour
  • 12
    @xPunxNotDeadx I want to hangout with them for an afternoon.

    I got $10 they'd be in tears in less than half an hour when I got done with them lol

    But like grow the fuck up. You're a grown ass adult, so stop being a pussy and get used to the fact words you don't like exist.

    Pussy
  • 6
    @Stuxnet next step for me is to stop them accessing the web/emails completely.
    "You wanted 100% protection from everything, you got it. Oh, can't do your job now? Too bad, fuck off"
    I'm usually pretty patient with users, but I've got a limit!
  • 3
    @xPunxNotDeadx Lock them in a darkened, soundproof room. That's pretty much the only way they won't get offended by anything at all.
    On the other hand, they might be offended by food, water and air, so the problem will resolve itself in a couple of days...
  • 0
    The fastest way of fixing it? Break prod.
  • 3
    I wonder what their reaction will be if they ever were to visit 4chan.
  • 4
    @N0-Flux-Given I thought about recommending /b as an "Internet content sensitivity training aid"
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