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Re: RBL Update (Re: Lets go vixie!! rbl)

  • From: J.D. Falk
  • Date: Fri Jun 19 00:56:15 1998

On 06/16/98, Derek Balling <dredd@megacity.org> wrote: 

> I would have to agree with this, but I would say that the caveat is that
> the ISP should notify the customer (somewhere, anywhere) that they use the
> RBL (or at least that the ISP reserves the right to block domains and/or
> hosts from connecting/sending to the mail server). It can be in the fine
> print of the multi-page AUP that the customer gets shoved under their nose,
> but it should be in there. 

	So far, the consensus seems to be that an ISP should notify
	their customers of any filtering policies.  In fact, I have
	yet to see anybody disagree.

	So why are we continuing this argument?

-- 
J.D. Falk <jdfalk@cp.net>
Special Agent In Charge (Abuse Issues)
Critical Path, Inc.




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