One obvious solution is to run your own mail server and create <email@example.com>, a forward to <firstname.lastname@example.org> and finally a bit of logic such that a big scary warning is sent to the administrator account for the mail server if the forward should ever fail. Whatever you do, the account that the CA is sending mail to should NEVER have to change for any reason and it should always be assigned to some person in the company.
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We could potentially end up in a situation where the main branch of MS screams at the EU branch from across the Atlantic and no one over here is willing to comply.
Is it best because a user making a legitimate parody or review is likely to get a strike on their account because the automated ContentID system cannot tell the difference between a straight copy and what ought to be fair use?
Is it best because hateful crazies can get your account closed with a flood of phony copyright complaints?
I can get a diploma in Zerg showing I can drone hard? Awesome...
*Reads submission again*... oooh. That kind of drones. That's a lot less awesome.