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On Fri, 10 May 1996, Eric Thomas wrote:
> I don't think the $50-100 fee is the right approach. First off, legally
. . .
> costs, and it will still be ultra cheap.
I agree with Eric on this one... KISS is a good policy for
everything. Also, the more you say, the more you lock yourself into a
course of action. For instance, if you put a specific action/warning in
place, you can *only* take that acction that is specified. If you are
general about the warning, however, you can use whatever means are at your
disposal to enforce the policy...
> sue if you don't want to. I also think that if you sued KK, the other
> spammers would think twice before acting.
I whole-heartedly agree! Sue the knickers off him, AOL!
Seriously... AOL could account for all the time and resources
they have spent shutting him down (or "bapping the gopher on the head" to
continue the carnival analogy) and slap him with a big lawsuit. Can we
say "frighten the pantaloons off spammers around the world" boys and
girls? I knew you could.
After getting on the internet, I've finally removed myself from a
lot of the junk-mail mailing lists. After years, my junk mail volume has
dropped dramatically. Now they're trying to send it to me on my account?
I don't think so... Grrr.
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