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SubjectRe: Disabled accounts
On Fri, 6 Sep 2002, H. Peter Anvin wrote:

> > Would that have something to do with the fact that
> > is in SPEWS, BLARS and XBL (well, nobody uses XBL of course ...)
> >
> >
> >
> In the case of at least one account, yes. I just put up the following
> blurb to explain why that is, since it's becoming an FAQ:
>, our mailing list server, keeps getting listed in the
> SPEWS RBL due to numerical proximity with an alleged spammer. We have
> pointed this out to them on several occations, and they usually fix it

The SPEWS listing looks correct ...

> Please note that The Kernel Dot Org Organization do not endorse or
> support spam in any shape, way or form,

... but you would, if you were a paying customer of the ISP.

> and certainly do not recognize any sort of "right to spam."

Being a blacklist operator myself (DSBL I
may surprise you that I _do_ think spammers have a right of
free speech and a right to spam. It's just that I also think
nobody has an obligation to listen, everybody can accept or
deny any email they want for any random reason .. after all,
if it's your mail server, you get to decide what to do with
your private property.


Bravely reimplemented by the knights who say "NIH".

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