Death of the Internet, Film at 11

bzs at TheWorld.com bzs at TheWorld.com
Tue Oct 25 04:37:59 UTC 2016


On October 23, 2016 at 22:56 jw at nuclearfallout.net (John Weekes) wrote:
 > For the IoT botnets, most of the emails are ignored or rejected, because 
 > most go to providers who either quietly bitbucket them or flat-out 
 > reject all abuse emails. Most emails sent to mainland China, for 
 > instance, are in that category (Hong Kong ISPs are somewhat better).

As I've suggested before how much would you attribute this to a lack
of English skills by recipients? Are they all sent in English?

Just curious but one wonders what most here would do with an abuse
complaint sent to them in Chinese?

文话语难?

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