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sysop

sysop

(SYStem OPerator) Pronounced "siss-op." A person who runs an online communications system or bulletin board. The sysop may also act as mediator for system conferences.
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There are, however, several provisions in the act that allow sysops to investigate potential e-mail abuses in order to protect their own interests or to assist law enforcement.
The point, fellow sysops, is that I can pretend to be anything I want to be.
The sysop, Trudy Grable, informed me that the board would be undergoing some changes in the near future to make it more user-friendly.
In February, a small group of sysops - the techs who manage Net servers - decided that the Internet Service Provider called Netcom was not doing enough to stop the spammers who send out deluges of junk e-mail.
Sysops can provide Internet e-mail to their BBS' users, with the potential of adding newsgroups and FTP file transfers.
In addition to the message exchange among users and the sysops who are active participants in the discussion, HouseNet receives the latest information on new products, home buying, real estate trends, safety, and other home-owning related topics from manufacturers, associations, and government agencies.
18) The agents contacted the other sysops, who verified that they too had been compromised by hackers trafficking additional illegal access codes on their systems.
In 1987, he was a founding SysOp of Novell's Novell Support Connection service on Compuserve and served as the first president of the Association of NetWire SysOps.
Approach the sysops and Webmasters recommended by the "info-makers" and offer full-text archiving services.
It has a crew of system operators, or sysops, to keep the messages lively in the subject areas of its forum.
System designers and sysops are not without a gentle sense of humor.