[Spambayes] If this doesn't motivate us...

Derek Simkowiak dereks@itsite.com
Sat Nov 23 03:45:12 2002

> address that the router knows it's coming from.  But for some reason, this
> isn't done, though DDOS and other spoof attacks are starting to raise an
> outcry that something be done.

	Rules from history:

1. Spamming will continue until it's not profitable.

2. Routers won't come with anti-spoof features until corporations are
willing to pay extra money for them.

> >It turns out the Chinese are getting sick of this,  and are soon planning to
> crack down on Foreign spammers using their networks within China...
> That's great news.

	Not to people concerned about human rights and freedom of speech.


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