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Re: truth in advertising for ISPs

 On Jan 22, 2008 2:12 PM, Ben Holland <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Actually this would be really interesting esp (b) for things like viruses. 
> If an ISP allows the content of a virus over their wire, 

Actually, this leads me to mention yet another little policy of our 
favorite Internet Service Blocker. They advertize a $60 value for 
their anti-virus software which is provided free of charge. Except 
it's *only* for MS-Windows machines. (Granted, they need it more but 
still, they haven't any interest in even talking to a Mac user.) 
((And gawd forbid you mention.... 'Linux')) 

I'd like to get them to give me that $60 back...... Just wish I could 
figure out how to make that happen. 
    << MCT >>   Michael C Tiernan. 
    Is God a performance artist? 
    EGO hack vivo quod ago accido.

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