Transparent hijacking of SMTP submission...
johnl at iecc.com
Sat Nov 29 20:17:45 UTC 2014
>i think of it as an intentional traffic hijack. i would be talking to a
If the lawyer says anything other than that 47 USC 230(c)(2)(A)
provides broad immunity for ISP content filtering, even if the filters
sometimes screw up, you need a new lawyer.
Filtering STARTTLS on port 587 is pretty stupid, but not everything
that's stupid is illegal.
PS: I know enough technical people at Comcast that I would be
extremely surprised if it were Comcast doing this. There's plenty not
to like about the corporation, but the technical staff are quite
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