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On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 1:53 PM Dolores Madden <dmadden -at- titanhq -dot- com> wrote:
> My company is moving away from using the terms 'whitelist' and 'blacklist'
> in favour of using 'allow' and 'block' going forward.
> I'm clear on replacing these terms when they are used as verbs. For
> example, "...manage your entries to blacklist specific domains or senders"
> will become "manage your entries to block specific domains or senders".
> However, I'm confused when it comes to nouns! Do you think "This address
> is not on the whitelist or blacklist" should become:
> "This address is not on the allow list or block list" or "This address is
> not on the allowlist or blocklist" ?
> I've been searching around and both seem to be in use, so I'm interested
> in your feedback and comments!
> Dolores Madden | Technical Writer | TitanHQ<http://www.titanhq.com>
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