Re: OT: sorbs blacklisting scam
On Fri, Apr 28, 2006 at 01:34:37PM +0200, Mariusz Kruk wrote:
> OTOH, "freedom" is not the same as "anarchy". And you can not freely go
> out on the street and shout "Mr. whatever is a fscking thief, he stole
> my 200$" justifying it by "it's the listener's choice whether he likes
> to believe it or not".
if what you're shouting is not true then you're subject to libel laws.
OTOH, if what SORBS is "shouting" is actually true (i.e. that the IP
address or the ISP responsible for that address was at one time a source
of spam) then they can publish that fact whether you like it or not.
> It's not as simple as you want it to be.
no, it's not as simple as you'd like it to be.
> Try to "just make a list" of firms who do this or do that (generaly -
> something wrong), and publish this list on the internet. Unless you
> have strong proof for your acucsations, they'll sue your pants off.
if what you say is true (and/or if you have reasonable grounds to
believe it is true) then you can say whatever you like.
even if what you are saying isn't true, anyone suing would have to prove
deliberate malicious intent on your part before they could get any
compensation (in most jurisdictions - the internet is global, different
locations have different laws).
craig sanders <email@example.com> (part time cyborg)