Re: OT: sorbs blacklisting scam
> 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).
In the US, the plaintiff has to prove either malicious intent or (and this is
the important one, I think) reckless disregard for the truth. SORBS policy
explicitly states that they will not de-list you without paying their "fine",
even if you can prove that you were given an already blacklisted address from
an upstream provider and are not a spammer yourself. Sounds like reckless
disregard for the truth to me.
Peter A. Dumpert
Innovative Computer Services, LLC
Phone: 732-683-0092 ext 102 Fax: 732-577-9390