3396Re: [NTO] Workable anti spam?
- Aug 24, 2002
> ITEM: As *spam* continues its illiterate intrusion into intelligentintercourse,
> attorney Anne Mitchell, former legal affairs director for Mail AbusePrevention
> > System, has come up with a clever counter punch.What it fails to mention is that MAPS for years wanted to get sued and then when
it did, it fizzled. So Anne Mitchell's track record of using the law to stop
spammers isn't very good.
This Habeas thing is a nice try to use existing laws that do work to try to stop
spam, however, as Mike pointed out, it's hard to sue someone in China.
So I guess it works about as well as any other anti-spam program.
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