[Fwd: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Petition against VeriSlime's DNS abuse]
jim at rootjuice.co.uk
Wed Sep 24 13:09:09 BST 2003
Somebody may have already said this, but I would encourage anybody on this
list who has not alerady signed this petition to go and sign it. It is
very important that we (the internet community) make our voices heard in
this matter, through as many channels as possible.
The rate of sign-up to this petition seems to be running at about 2 or 3
signatures a minute.
You can make a difference.
I hate talking to myself, but...
Apparently PetitionOnline broke and lost some signatures. See Here:
Since I am not the first 10,000 signatures, I guess I have to sign again.
At 08:39 PM 9/23/2003 -0700, Michael J McCafferty wrote:
>Hey, what the heck happened to the petition ? I have a confirmation that
my signature was number 11,603. I checked back yesterday and there were
only 178 signatures, just checked and there are still only 178
>signatures.... TOTAL ! How/why did the number go down ?
>At 01:43 PM 9/18/2003 +0200, Dennis Oelkers wrote:
>>there is now a petition against this madness. Noone knows if it'll help,
but it can't be bad to sign it, as the number of signs increases by 100
every few minutes.
>>You find it here: http://www.petitiononline.com/icanndns/
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