[Full-Disclosure] FW: Tim recommended you
Gregory A. Gilliss
ggilliss at netpublishing.com
Mon Sep 8 21:09:40 BST 2003
spam doesn't have anything to do with security (look, I get to start a
sentence without a capital letter :-). spammers and spam, as reprehensible
as they are, maintain their legal rights to litter our little technological
Having read Adrian's earlier post, I will contain my rant to saying that
I (a) deplore spam but not spammers (some of my friends work for them,
(b) subscribed to this list to read about security and security
vulnerabilities, not people's quasi-legal ranting, and (c) suggest that
those passionately opposed to spam and spammers should register for the
October or February LSAT and put your money where your mouth is.
We now return you to our program, "As The 'Sploit Churns ..."
On or about 2003.09.08 14:12:38 +0000, Schmehl, Paul L (pauls at utdallas.edu) said:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > Does anyone know of a law in any jurisdiction that allows us
> > to lynch spammers? Maybe a few public executions would solve
> > the problem.
> Wouldn't you rather shoot the idiots that buy their stuff? After all,
> if there wasn't a market for the crap, they'd stop emailing, wouldn't
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