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    Anonymous commented  · 

    The purpose of this ask is to "determine if the access is suspicious or not".

    Email addresses can be generated on the fly (in Yahoo and Gmail) and often compromised by malicious persons. Even if the email is valid, there is no guarantee that user has non-ill intent.

    Rather, I propose the following amendments to this:
    1. Openly shared links may have a Time-to-Live, after which the link's data is no longer accessible
    2. We associate labels with the open link so we can classify what type of data it contains.
    3. We can restrict the domain of email addresses using regexs. (i.e. @box.com, @yahoo.com, @aol.com).
    I would like to know your opinions on this.

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