Re: More on spam
Sidney Brooks writes:
> Surely, I am not the only person who has thought that spam is a tool for
> attacking the U. S. (yes to some this will seem provincial) by crippling
> what has become a major means of communication.
Much if not most spam originates in the US.
> yes to some this will seem provincial
It is. People outside the US get as much spam as we do.
> It can also be a tool to repress ideas that you don't agree with, e.g. if
> someone writes a message in favor of abortion or against it to the New
> York Times, the other side can pick up his address and spam him.
That's not spam. That's just a DOS attack.
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill