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Groklaw has extensive coverage of the case of Jeremy Jaynes, who was set free because the Virginia anti-spam law was found to unconstitutionally restrict free speech.
I'm not sure who to cheer for here...
Apparently a 90 m2 appartment in Ulaanbaatar goes for USD600 a month. No offence to the residents of Ulaanabaatar, but that seems pretty expensive to me. The things you learn from spam.
In the eternal battle against spam, I have recently written an extension to the Wanderlust mail reader to help maintain address whitelists.
It consists of two parts: wl-whitelist.el manages the user
interface, and passes whitelisted addresses to the server as fake
messages in a special mailbox. This sounds lame, but it allows me
to take advantage of the nice offline functionality built in to
On the server (e.g. in a
cron job), I run a python script to
extract the addresses so the the rest of my baroque anti-spam system
can use them.
- Now supports blacklisting as well as whitelisting
- Updated scan-whitelist.py with workaround for python library bug