TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Getting Serious About the War on Spam

Re: Getting Serious About the War on Spam

Henry (
Mon, 18 Apr 2005 09:39:17 +0300

Tony P. <> wrote:

> Better yet -- every piece of spam tries to sell something. Just follow
> the money trail and arrest and imprison the seller. Suddenly it won't
> be as attractive to market via spam when you're facing a 15 year
> sentence.

Yeah, and _what kind of_ a 15-year sentence! Popular lore has it that
there is a 'hierarchy of respect' among inmates, with bank robbers
having the highest prestige and child molesters at the bottom. If/when
more of these spammers are locked up, the molesters may get a break.



[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: And please don't forget, if we are
serious about the problem with spam, let's get MCI, cut out of the
loop ASAP. PAT]

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