Abuse response [Was: RE: Yahoo Mail Update]

mark seiden-via mac mis at seiden.com
Tue Apr 15 09:41:00 UTC 2008

do you remember the days when some of us would only take routing table  
from andrew partan, because we trusted him?

that's what it's like now wrt takedowns.

do not minimize the use of malicious takedowns by twits and bad guys,  
who fabricate a report
of misfeasance to get their enemies taken down.

On Apr 15, 2008, at 7:47 AM, Paul Ferguson wrote:

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> - -- "Suresh Ramasubramanian" <ops.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you send reports with lots of legal boilerplate, or reports with
>> long lectures on why you expect an INSTANT TAKEDOWN, and send them to
>> a busy abuse queue, there is no way - and zero reason - for the ISP
>> people to prioritize your complaint above all the other complaints
>> coming in.
> Having elided the rest of this exchange, and also understanding
> exactly what you are talking about, I encourage you to elaborate
> on the point you are trying to make...
> As you well know, there are many of us who have been working on
> this particular issue for years, with wildly varying degrees of
> success.
> There is no pat answer...
> - - ferg
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