The frequently asked question page on any web site is fairly important since you, hopefully, cut down on the confusion and other issues people could be having with you site and/or service.
Simple concept: I need an email address for a one time validation on some site I want to try and I don't want to give up my personal information.
Simple solution: www.mailinator.com
The FAQ they've done is really excellent. One selection:
So if the government issued a subpeona to Mailinator to divulge emails or logs, you'd rat me out?
Holy crap, yes. I'm not going to jail for you, I have a boyish face and very (very) supple skin.
That said, Mailinator keeps very little for any length of time. Mailinator can be a useful privacy tool.
Privacy is a serious issue, and we want to be clear. We think Mailinator can provide pretty decent privacy, and we want to keep providing that and even improve it, but we can't promise it. A promise like that would require lawyers, money, and probably guns - and since we provide Mailinator for free, we don't have any of those.
Brilliant. You can read it all here.