[SpamCop-List] Re: spam comes home
Cory C. Albrecht
coryalbrecht at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 18 20:17:58 EST 2004
In article <c107lq$ofu$1 at news.spamcop.net>, "California Boy" <caliboy at fuckyou.nul> wrote:
>"Mike Vollmer" <reply at in.news.group> wrote in message
>> > Raises some interesting issues for block lists.
>It's dangerous when consumer netblock get listed, more collateral damage.
If they are too lazy to configure their home system9s) properly (or get
a computer geek friend or neight bto do it for them), then they deserve
all the "collateral" damage they get inflicted with.
Of all things, spam most truly fits the saying "If you're not part of
the solution then you are part of the problem".
I feel no sympathy for the home user who's computer gets used as spam
relay when they didn't take precautions.
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