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Re: How to document threats from pro or anti spam terrorists?

  • From: Henry Linneweh
  • Date: Mon Feb 23 15:27:03 1998

The legal system can not remedy the problems of the internet, period.
When it has to come to that, then we are saying we are technically
incapable in handling our own networks and affairs. If you want to
ruin something good with incompetance and bad decision process
then we might as well pull the plug and go home. The politicians and
the control freaks win and the 1st amendment then will be dead for
sure.

Henry R. Linneweh

Barry Shein wrote:

>  > As much as I personnally wish for SPAM to just go away, it has to
>  > be up to the legal system to sort that out.
>
> The legal system has failed, utterly, on this one, so it's not
> surprising that more and more people are taking it into their own
> hands. A legal system works only so long as people have faith in its
> sincere interest in enforcing the rights of honest and decent people.
>
>  > There really are two terrorist groups here. Spammers and
>  > nti-Spammers.
>
> That's like saying people defending their properties are as bad as
> people they're defending against, that's moral confusion.
>
> Remember that most spammers are not selling anything, they're just
> maliciously trying to disrupt things, and have found a way to practice
> their sociopathic sickness apparently outside the reach of law
> enforcement.
>
> There are good and honest people working very hard to provide internet
> services, and then there are spammers who skulk in the shadows
> bombarding systems with forged mail addresses hiding their identities
> etc.
>
> Anyone who equates these two groups needs to have their heads examined
> and the malignant moral relativism tumors removed.
>
> --
>         -Barry Shein
>
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