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Re: How to document threats from pro or anti spam terrorists?
On Mon, Feb 23, 1998 at 10:38:42AM -0800, Sean Finn wrote: > > When an 'anti-spammer' compromises net access for a group of > people as a response to percieved "net abuse" on the part of > a single member of that group, that's a denial of service. > > The phrase 'using violence to prevent violence' comes to mind. > > (I wouldn't say that my government uses 'moral confusion' to > justify it's practices, but ... ;) Examples, please? Off the list, in private e-mail to me, because this isn't really applicable to nanog. I'd be interested in hearing your examples. > ... but it's my intuition that nanog might not be the place > for this particular debate. ditto. > (suggestions for a more appropriate forum?) spam-l, maybe? ***steve scribbles notes to himself to subscribe to that list*** -- Steve Sobol, NACS.NET Technical Support [http://www.nacs.net/support] firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org Moderator, alt.religion.afterburner [http://antispam.nstc.com/ara] SPAM(tm) belongs in a can, not on a mail server.