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- To: Josh Paetzel <josh_(_at_)_tcbug_(_dot_)_org>
- Subject: Re: Party
- From: Jan Grant <jan_(_dot_)_grant_(_at_)_bristol_(_dot_)_ac_(_dot_)_uk>
- Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 17:03:27 +0100 (BST)
- Cc: freebsd-chat_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org
On Thu, 28 Sep 2006, Josh Paetzel wrote:
> The only viable solution to the problem of spam that I can see (and
> I'm positive that it would never happen) is an international agency
> tasked to track down and punish the people responsible for spam.
> They'd have to have the power to go after these people no matter what
> country they were hiding in, the resources to make a dent in the
> problem, and the cooperation of a significant percentage of mail
> admins on the net.
Steven Seagal is... SPAMCOP.
> Perhaps a slightly more likely scenario would be to make it a crime to
> run an open relay? I'd also like to see ISPs take measures to
> protect the net from trojaned windows machines on high-speed DSL and
> cable connections....perhaps allowing access only to their
Wrongly imprisoned for running a relay he never installed.
Now he's back. And he wants revenge.
> Anyways, enough pipe dreams, I have to get back to reading my logs.
Say EHLO to vengeance!
jan grant, ISYS, University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/
Tel +44 (0)117 3317661 http://ioctl.org/jan/
OORDBMSs make me feel old; I remember when this was all fields.
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