Arrogant RBL list maintainers
raymond at prolocation.net
Thu Dec 10 11:01:16 CST 2009
> thing is that it's illegal to maintain a database with "personal details"
> which ip addresses according to various german courts are (don't ask..
> mmk? ;) ofcourse we all know ip addresses identify nodes on a network, not
> persons, but the germans seem to mainain a different view on this,
> despite us isps being the owners of the internet and not the german
> government ;).
> therefore we are not even -allowed- to cooperate with trend micro *grin*
> sometimes laws really come in handy you know ;)
I am not a german neither do i live there. This is nanog, not denog ;)
Ok and how many german blacklists are in use? There are reasons most of
the blacklists are not based there. Its a silly story and you should
focus on the ISP using the list and not some legal thing. Thats
Technically i dont see any new points and stick to the old story.
Contact that ISP and negotiate with them.
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