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Re: truth in advertising for ISPs

 On Jan 22, 2008 12:03 PM, Ben Holland <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Actually... yes. I think that in this litigious society we have some lawyer 
> would be more then happy so say that it is the fault of the mass pike and 
> the MA police dept for not knowing and stopping the person with said object. 
> People who get killed in air plane accidents get to sue the air line 
> companies, I see no difference between that and a hacker stealing thousands 
> of identities over an ISPs pipe. My point however is this is a very 
> dangerous game that the ISPs are playing, blocking ports... dropping IP 
> packets, and thinking they have some form of privilege to block traffic 
> means that they should be help responsible for ALL malicious traffic, spam, 
> DOS attacks, hackers... I mean, why not? ~Ben 

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