More on spamming..
Miroslaw Jaworski mjaw at ikp.ikp.pl
Sat Oct 4 08:51:11 CEST 1997
On Wed, 1 Oct 1997, Javier Llopis wrote: > The only legal loophole would be if ISPs put a disuasive price for spamming > practices in their service contract. A price so high that no spammer would > pay. Then spammers would be invoiced, and the invoice would become unpaid > after the invoice due date. thats the end of idea... 'black books' shouldn't be accessible by everyone. Rules, only rules ( what is spam, what u can do, what is 'illegal' ) should be published. Spammer can pay i dont know ... maybe in ripe ... for example . standard fee can be for example 1000$ for documented. all this is ..maybe... maybe... its beginning of good idea. i know that logs are not a proof. but logs from hundred servers which were 'attacked' with SPAM - it can be base to adding such a company to 'black list'. Such a list should be accessible only by ISP. > Publishing a list of people who won't pay you is not illegal as long as the > debt is well documented (with the invoice) nor is denying service because of > being on that list. (We could have legal problems anyway, but the case would > be harder for the spammer) And the only way out of the list would be paying > the bill. thats right. MJ ___________________________________________________________________________ Miroslaw.Jaworski at ikp.com.pl (Psyborg) MJ102-RIPE ATM S.A. - IKP division WAN/UNIX adm
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