from the unclear-on-which-side-of-the-at-sign-it's-at dept.
superdave98 writes "As a sign that a CIO has way too much time on his hands, Santa Rosa Junior College is sending emails threatening lawsuits to staff and students who have the letters 'SRJC' in their private email addresses. They contend that people could be confused and think these are official email addresses. Sure, I suppose people who fall for 419 scams probably could be fooled, but not any reasonable humans. I can't believe they found a lawyer who thought this was a good idea."
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions
for scratch space after they are finished calling them?