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Re: RBL Update (Re: Lets go vixie!! rbl)
- From: Roeland M.J. Meyer
- Date: Fri Jun 19 02:34:25 1998
At 05:12 PM 6/18/98 -0400, Dean Anderson wrote:
>My apologies. I confused Karl Denninger with Karl Auerbach, who is an
I was wondering when Karl got a JD <grin>.
>In response to Karl Denninger:
>At 2:16 PM -0400 6/18/98, Karl Denninger wrote:
>>Dean, you keep changing your tune.
>>First you said *any* spamblocking was illegal.
>Yes. Any spam blocking when you aren't a party to the email is illegal. Nor
>is it a departure from anything I have said, previously.
>So, does this mean you agree that *some* spamblocking is illegal? (I
>suspect not, but surprise me.)
The only way you could do it is by blocking the packet stream based on
source or detination addrs. If I was on either end, and even if it was
caused by one of my users, we'd be talkin'. Either in, or out, of a
court-room, depending on whether your worth more than a burnt light-bulb,
or not. What you're proposing is STUPID and dangerous.
We run SSH encrypted VPN streams between our sites, and our customers. No
way you can filter on content.
>This reads like a political attack. (#25: claim your opponent has waffled,
>but offer no evidence that anything is different). But I'm not running for
>any office. My credibility has no relevance to the truth of whether or not
>2511 can apply to network providers. Its federal law. Network providers and
>employees ought to be roughly aware of the laws which apply to them. And
>certainly not misled.
In which country?
>It is obvious now that it can apply. Its also just as clear that there are
>some legal limitations on what network providers can do with "their
Ain't no limitations. No CASH, no VOTE. It's that simple. Customers and
shareholders are the only ones with a vote around here. Anything else is at
>>How would THAT come about, pray tell? Do you know how modern SMTP based
>>email actually *works*?
>Yes, but apparently you don't. This isn't the only way its handled. Some
>people "transparently" intercept SMTP. 6 months ago I pointed out UUCP as
>well. And there is also route filtering via BGP RBL. If they aren't a party
>to the communication, then its illegal. (like I said before)
Your credibility is toast now. Karl not knowing how SMTP works? <hehehe> It
is, to laugh <HA!>
>I'm really disappointed that people keep claiming that 2511 can't possibly
>apply to a network provider, in spite of the now overwhelming proof to the
>contrary. But then apparently 2/3s of the democrats think that Clinton
>didn't screw Monica. And some people think Nixon didn't break any laws. I
>can't change that sort of blind belief.
When the local gov start subsidizing my bandwidth, then they might get a
small vote. Until then, they can PUAR.
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