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30 Nov 2007
release from Iron Mountain says that ICANN has now formally chosen
them as the escrow agent for the Registrar Data Escrow program. So now,
only six and a half short years and one highly public registrar collapse
after the mandatory escrow was put into the registrar agreement, ICANN
has finally gotten around to setting it up.
The next question is whether the registrars will actually make the
escrow deposits, and what if anything will ICANN do when they don't.
The big responsible registrars will, of course, but the marginal ones
most likely not to escrow are the ones most likely to collapse. Stay
tuned for the next exciting chapter.
Stable link is https://jl.ly/ICANN/ironmountain.html
24 Nov 2007
reasonably well informed article in Thursday's USA Today reminds us
that in 2004 Bill Gates said the spam problem would be solved in early 2006,
but here at the end of 2007 there's more spam than ever.
See more ...
Stable link is https://jl.ly/Email/usabad.html
19 Nov 2007
Bennett Haselton writes
Slashdot about a case he lost in small claims court in which a
poorly briefed small claims judge decided against him.
The defendant claimed it was indovidual mail,
and although the mail is to us an obvious link exchange spam,
the judge concluded otherwise because it started "Dear Webmaster."
See more ...
Stable link is https://jl.ly/Email/nicespam.html
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