[SpamCop-List] What am I missing?
me at nowhere.net
Tue Jun 1 00:28:45 EDT 2004
We spend a huge amount of time with Spamcop reporting to achieve very
little. For every Spamvertized site there are probably 10,000 different
sources for the spam promoting them. One report I just read said there
was currently 4,000,000 open proxies for the spammers to use. By simply
blocking access to the spamvertized sites the problem would go away in a
very short period. AOL has already started, why are they alone in this
effort. Anyone wanting to do business with a site that forged their
e-mail address is obviously an idiot, so blocking these sites would only
help the customers of the ISP's. And, I would think that it should be
fairly easy to allow customers who really want to go their to be
exempted from this black listing. Comments?
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