Re: OT: sorbs blacklisting scam
On Sunday 30 April 2006 20:43, Pete Dumpert wrote:
> > 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.
Hmm.. lets look at how you being assigned an old spammers IP address changes
the truth... "it doesnt".