Re: murphy is listed on spamcop
paddy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In which case, is there something fundamentally broken about the spamcop
> system ? Or is there some technically insoluble problem here ?
It seems to be more that they just don't really give a crap:
(1) they trust users, (2) users are stupid, and (3) there's no apparent
attempt to compensate for (2), despite a long history of problems.
It's clearly a very bad idea to use their blacklist for anything except
a vague hint, but many ISPs _do_ use it as a hard blacklist. I've had
experiences where complaining to the ISP just resulted in replies like
"Ha ha ha! You suck! I won't change!" so it would be really nice if
spamcop themselves could be a bit more responsible.
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