How to document threats from pro or anti spam terrorists?

When an 'anti-spammer' compromises net access for a group of
people as a response to percieved "net abuse" on the part of
a single member of that group, that's a denial of service.

The phrase 'using violence to prevent violence' comes to mind.

(I wouldn't say that my government uses 'moral confusion' to
justify it's practices, but ... :wink:

When an 'anti-spammer' compromises net access for a group of
people as a response to percieved "net abuse" on the part of
a single member of that group, that's a denial of service.

The phrase 'using violence to prevent violence' comes to mind.

(I wouldn't say that my government uses 'moral confusion' to
justify it's practices, but ... :wink:

Examples, please? Off the list, in private e-mail to me, because this
isn't really applicable to nanog. I'd be interested in hearing your examples.

... but it's my intuition that nanog might not be the place
for this particular debate.

ditto.

(suggestions for a more appropriate forum?)

spam-l, maybe?

***steve scribbles notes to himself to subscribe to that list***

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Cheers,
-- jra