People should stop including useless data in their emails.
Signatures are bad enough. They just barely make it above the useless threshold but this stuff here:
PLEASE DO NOT FORWARD OR SHARE THIS EMAIL WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.
The information contained in this email may be confidential, privileged and protected from disclosure. If you think you have received this email message in error, please email the sender at email@example.com and delete it permanently from your computer files. If you are not the intended recipient, any dissemination, distribution or copying is strictly prohibited.
There may be a good reason to add this gibberish to the end of your missive but I don’t really care what it is.
It’s the digital equivalent of furniture tags that threaten you with the “PENALTY OF LAW”.
At least furniture tags have the courtesy to hide themselves somewhere out of sight where you would have to look for them or accidentally encounter them when you’re looking for your other shoe.