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Chuq on Spam Blacklists

Chuq has a little post that fairly vividly describes the place in which any responsible 'net user should regard spam blacklists: as unethical, amoral, and perhaps illegal acts.

I've written on spam a few times in the past:

Spam needs to stop. Blacklists stop legitimate users more than they stop spammers. That ain't right.

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