[oclug] How to catch privacy liars with Qmail
rjordan at student.math.uwaterloo.ca
Tue Mar 5 19:58:03 EST 2002
> On Tue, 5 Mar 2002 12:29:48 -0500
> Derek Cunningham <cunninghamd at nosleep.ca> wrote:
> > On Tue, Mar05,02 11:36, Dan Cardamore wrote:
> > > Hey all,
> > >
> > > What makes qmail so great is that you can give any company your email
> > > address, and if you ever do get spam on that address, you can
> > >
> > You could now even take this one step further, and take them to court.
> > SPAM is illegal, and if you've got the time (and potentially the money,
> > lest you wish to represent yourself) you would probably win the case.
> > DC
> I don't know where you live, but here spam isn't illegal.
However -- breaking a privary policy may be warrant to sue.
"Trying to make bits uncopyable is like trying to make water not wet.
The sooner people accept this, and build business models that take
this into account, the sooner people will start making money again".
-- Bruce Schneier
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