Barry Shein <bzs(_at_)world(_dot_)std(_dot_)com> wrote:
The idea of complete end-user control is a utopian ideal which died
a few years ago when spammers' zombie bots began hitting ISPs by the
At this point there are only two choices, either block at the
ingress (e.g., blocking network blocks and similar), or begin
charging around $1000/month for e-mail accounts to pay for the
bandwidth and hardware necessary to keep up with the unfettered flow
(essentially, a dedicated server with a dedicated T1 per mailbox.)
Anyone who says otherwise, notably EFF, is just ignorant.
What about counterexamples, such as Panix?
Asrg mailing list