why IPv6 isn't ready for prime time, SMTP edition
bross at pobox.com
Fri Mar 28 13:30:08 UTC 2014
On Fri, 28 Mar 2014, Owen DeLong wrote:
> This assumes a different economic model of SPAM that I have been lead to
> believe exists.
> My understanding is that the people sending the SPAM get paid
> immediately and that the people paying them to send it are the ones
> hoping that the advertising/phishing/etc. are acted on.
Fine, then the people paying the people who do the spamming have more of
an incentive to pay higher rates and more spammers. It doesn't really
matter how may layers of abstraction there are, the point is that the main
motivator has become more attractive.
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