CmdrTaco from the doubling-every-42-days dept.
tsu doh nimh writes "Are spam blackhole lists good, bad or indifferent? That appears to be the question they're tackling in this Washington Post story. It has some interesting back and forth between supporters of the lists and those who claim they condone censorship."J adds: Brad Templeton recently
offered some comments
on the most extreme pro-blacklist position.
"The way of the world is to praise dead saints and prosecute live ones."
-- Nathaniel Howe