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[email@example.com: Re: Network Solutions Lists] (fwd)
- From: Larry Snyder
- Date: Sat Dec 12 20:35:34 1998
The problem is that it is and has to be (reasonably) public information.
For any restriction that could be put in place, someone will certainly
write a programatic workaround. This specific mailing is in violation
of qual.net's AUP III.B.3....so gripe to them. And support Smith.
..."an Opt-In list of".......Get Real!
>>>>> Forwarded message from James Rishaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There's *got* to be a way to keep people from walking the database...
jamie rishaw (efnet:gavroche) American Information Systems, Inc.
jamie at ais dot net infrastructure engineering
"I will NOT go to a party with a version number." -davidr
--- Begin Message ---
According to our records, you have at least
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aka The Internic.
Please do not be offended by this email.
This is not a mass spam mailing. Your
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their website traffic.
We can show you how to generate so much traffic,
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