What is so surprising to me is that its done all right in the open. But then
again, that's been the modus operandi of the new Marketing/Campaigning era,
"just fib enough times, and people will eventually believe you."
It is as Gates said, "a strategy competitive advantage" to have the "spam
solution." The key thing here is that Microsoft wants the title for "solving
Of course, open source is part of it. Just read Ballmer's Asian trip
statement about the 288 patent violations committed Linux and open source!
Coupled with the fact that FireFox just got TV National Headlines yesterday
and how its growth is troubling Microsoft, this IP soap opera is just the
I bet Bill doesn't like MSNBC talking about it. <g>
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Elvey" <matthew(_at_)elvey(_dot_)com>
To: "MXCOMP" <ietf-mxcomp(_at_)imc(_dot_)org>
Sent: Saturday, November 20, 2004 1:52 AM
Subject: FTC stuff 0) Lies 1)Yahoo & DK. 2)GoDaddy DNS & SPF & CSV. 3)Dean &
FUSSP. 4)Testing 5)EFF, Anonymity.
My take on the FTC Email Authentication Summit :
1)Yahoo & DK.
2)GoDaddy DNS & SPF & CSV.
3)Dean & FUSSP.