[anti-abuse-wg] Hold time for abused address space - DNSChanger IP's reallocated
Luis Muñoz lem at isc.org
Wed Aug 15 17:55:53 CEST 2012
In my experience, lists managed through those principles tend to fall out of use relatively quickly and are therefore rather inconsequential for mail delivery. Best regards -lem "lists at help.org" <lists at help.org> wrote: >> We've ended up with IP space that had a "reputation" in the past > >Many of the "blacklist" operators are unreliable when correcting >errors/outdated info in their system. The reports I get from people >are that blacklist operators are often arrogant and accusatory and they > >often disregard explanations because they think they know better. >Often >these operators have anointed themselves as some type of authority but >they rarely have any legal training and they often disregard other >policies (such as privacy policies) because they think their issues >trumps everything else. These types often think their technical >knowledge gives some some type of elevated status and they accuse >everyone else of being spammers, too stupid to be on the Internet, and >demand everyone follow their rules, etc.