Re: Every spam is sacred
Anthony DeRobertis <firstname.lastname@example.org> a tapoté :
> On Thursday, Jun 12, 2003, at 08:04 US/Eastern, Mathieu Roy wrote:
> > "they do so out of a practical desire to get their mail delivered",
> > it's
> > a game of word. By fear of having some of their mail not delivered,
> > they avoid some ISP.
> And, so?
> > You deliberately harm innocent people using these ISP just because
> > they use this ISP.
> Yeah, in the same sense I deliberately harm a telemarketer by refusing
> to buy his wares, getting an answering machine, or just hanging up on
If you cut the phone-line the telemarketer is using because you think
he is doing a nasty job, yes.
> You seem to be missing a fundamental distinction between murder and
> refusal to communicate:
> 1) You have a right to live
> 2) You have no right to communicate with me against my wishes.
> Further, I have a right to refuse to communicate with you.
Your 2 is off-topic.
We're a speaking of a general policy, a system-wide policy, not an
The 2 would be in fact
2) You have no right to broke communication between two
persons just because you do not like the ISP of the sender
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