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Re: [policy] When Tech Meets Policy...
On 8/15/07, Barry Shein <bzs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I am not sure tasting is criminal or fraud. > > Neither am I, we agree. I meant if there's subsequent criminality or > fraud that should be dealt with separately. Dumb question, not necessarily looking to call you or anyone out, but I'm curious: What valid, legitimate, or likely to be used non-criminal reasons are there for domain tasting? Then my next question is, what reasons are there where it'd be wise/useful/non-criminal to do it on a large scale? Regards, Al Iverson -- Al Iverson on Spam and Deliverability, see http://www.spamresource.com News, stats, info, and commentary on blacklists: http://www.dnsbl.com My personal website: http://www.aliverson.com -- Chicago, IL, USA