Re: [Media] Dozens Charged in Crackdown on Spam and Scams
baloo at ursine.ca
Wed Aug 25 16:18:14 EDT 2004
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"Ron B." <zypher at spamcop.net> writes:
> On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 17:40:40 +0100, Graeme Leith wrote:
>> "The investigation involves more than 100 arrests, search warrants and
>> other enforcement actions, such as subpoenas."
> OK. Great. Now, most of my spam is from China, Korea and Brazil.
> International co-op would help. Do Y'all think this will happen?
Why find a legal solution to a technological problem when existing
technological solutions already exist? Just switch your mail provider
to one that is willing to reject based on listings in
cn-kr.blackholes.us and brazil.blackholes.us
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