Someone called out allowing disposable email as a security concern today.
I disagree. Disposable email is just another term for… email. Any email service that you can sign up to. Just that some are easier to sign up to than others.
These lighter-weight sign up email services are important for people that are privacy conscious and want to control how they are interacted with more readily.
“Disposable” email services are not the issue, here. I don’t care if you use a service that is “disposable” or “real” or not. I can use any address @my-domain and it will all work.
Does that mean I run a disposable email service and I should be blocked?