Re: WashPost: Spam Driving Internet Users Away From E-mail
nobody at spamcop.net
Thu Mar 18 21:55:01 EST 2004
Blammo (ric.gates at bigsleep.org) wrote in
news:Xns94B03BEABBA05blammo at 126.96.36.199:
>>> * Zip Code(US only, 5-digit):
>>> * Job Title
>>> * Country
>>> * Primary Responsibility
>>> * Gender:
>>> * Job Industry
>>> * Year of Birth:
>>> * Company Size
>> * Zip Code(US only, 5-digit):
>> * Job Title
>> * Country
>> * Primary Responsibility
>> * Gender:
>> * Job Industry
>> * Year of Birth:
>> * Company Size
> LOL, I love doing that. I had to download a Iomega driver the other
> day and I was so pissed off... funny that I found what I needed on
> their FTP site, and no form to fill out.
Turned out it was not *quite* possible like that, but I did "register".
Anyone here should now be able to log in with:
userid (email): nobody at spamcop.net
Other data for the "profile":
Year of birth: 1900
Job Title: CFO ... (long list)
Primary responsibility: Veterinarian / Animal Care
Job Industry: Aerospace/Defense
Company Size: 10,000 or more
No boxes checked - should result in no mails.
Close enough, I guess. Darned drop boxes.
You can log in, of course, and change the profile ;-)
Marjolein Katsma - Amsterdam, NL - http://hshelp.com/
Spam reporting addresses: http://banspam.javawoman.com/report3.html
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Cyveillance steals resources: they're my enemy.
The enemy of my enemy can be my enemy, too.
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