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Subject:Re: Ads on Internet... From:Paul Moloney <pmoloney -at- MATHS -dot- TCD -dot- IE> Date:Sat, 28 Jan 1995 01:03:32 -0000
Lisa Steinberg <aa075 -at- ra -dot- cs -dot- OhioU -dot- Edu> writes:
>It is really a sad thought, but unavoidable.
No it isn't. Read alt.current-affairs.net-abuse for news
on how junk-mailers, spammers, and other various assorted
net.vandals are being countered. Net providers are realising
that having people and companies who send junk mail and
automatic posts to groups are a liability, not an asset.
>All this puritanical talk about
>"net-etiquette" (something most folks ignore anyway) will eventually
>stiffle the very potential in the Info Highway.
I'd be interested to hear you expand on this, though not
in this forum.
vr p a u l m o l o n e y "`Discipline!' I bellowed.`Remember Vince Lombardi!'"
pe dublin ireland http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~pmoloney/