said by 88615298:
yeah because it's such a difficult thing to do to opt-out.
If I had a nickel for every time I saw a spammer make that excuse I could probably retire.
My policy: I do not opt-out of that to which I did not explicitly, consciously opt-in. That means that if you bury a default opt-in somewhere I'm unlikely to notice it, and I don't like the results: You're toast. Forever. If you do it to me or mine at work: You're toast for the entire corporation. Forever.
I'm abuser-intolerant. Yup: I
get to define "abuse" and my judgement is not open to negotiation.