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Re: Federated, decentralised communication on the internet (was: domain names, was: hostname)

Am 2018-03-21 hackte terryc in die Tasten:
> On Wed, 21 Mar 2018 09:00:16 +0100
> <tomas@tuxteam.de> wrote:
>> To put that on stronger terms -- we'd end up with two and a half
>> gatekeepers for mail: Google, Hotmail (aka Microsoft) and... who
>> did I forget?
> yahoo for a starter, then there is that French mob OVH and the NL mob

> Sspam? the above are the major sources. I've got permanent blocks on
> their IPs.

Where do you get the IP-Addresses from the Hotmail/Live/MSN/Outlook
Servers also for OHV (european major spam source and absolutely non-
reponsive on spamreports) Wen I lived in France I have even sued them
for bombing my server in 2010 with 1.8 mio spams in 4 days (each
arround 380kByte in size)

I would need all IPs and/or IP-Blocks from Hotmail/Live/MSN/Outlook,
OHV, Orange, Free, Yahoo, <mail.com>, <mail.ru>, <163.com>

My ISP Hetzner in Nürnberg/Germany has billed me nicely extra for
exceeding the allowed traffic.
Yeah, 1 TByte free traffic per month, BUT NOT 650 GBtye IN 4 DAYS!

In France, you can not even sue enterprises like Free, Orange or OHV,
all three are bullet proof spamsources and the biggest in France.

Justice:  It is my problem if I am ISP!
          However, I am a very small one and NON-Public!

          Unfortunately I have not the money (~180.000?)
          to continue @justice in 3rd instance.

Thanks in advance

Michelle Konzack        Miila ITSystems @ TDnet
GNU/Linux Developer     00372-54541400

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