On Sat, 18 Mar 2006, Mark Williamson wrote:
If I recall correctly, SpamCop blackmails people by
asking them to pay
to have their address removed.
Nope. That'd be SORBS. I quote "SORBS Support (Dan)":
Occassional spam is going to happen. And ISP's that take action
on spam are quickly delisted. Almost nobody pays the $50 fine to
charity. That is rare.
They amount to nothing more than hypocrits and liars.
To summarize the entire exchange, it takes on ONE (1) message, EVER to find
yourself listed in their spamtrap senders crap. There is no expiration or
automatic deletion; if you don't beg to be removed, it'll sit there until
the end of time. (BTW, it only takes *a* message to a spamtrap address; it
doesn't have to be spam, anything and everything counts.)
(They may have changed the process in the last 6 months, but I wouldn't count