[Standards-JIG] Re: MUC (JEP-45) privacy & control
stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Apr 18 16:06:04 UTC 2006
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Ralph Meijer wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 18, 2006 at 04:13:11PM +0200, Luk???? 'Spike' Pol??vka wrote:
>> the problem is that even anonymous (or at least semi-anonymous) rooms
>> are not anonymous at all -- everyone can see your vCard, your Avatar
>> and find your JID using these pieces of information.
>> So to be completely anonymous, you have to have separate JID for MUC.
>> Which kind of sucks. :/
> This is not a protocol issue. MUC implementations can choose to let
> every iq query be passed on to the actual users. Basically, current
> implementations are one big open relay.
> Another area where this becomes icky is pubsub. Currently, you can
> simply subscribe another occupant of a room you are in to any node you
Well, MUC rooms are supposed to deny delivery from entities that are not
occupants, so I don't see how that would happen (unless the pubsub
service or node is an occupant).
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