neilr at ieee.org
Tue Mar 5 04:28:04 GMT 2002
At 09:52 AM 3/4/2002, you wrote:
>1. put up a "dshield shunning" (I'm reluctant to say "death
>penalty"...:) vote page so that we can vote on this (and on similar
>blacklistings in the future) - if nothing else, it'll be amusing.
*Insert standard problems with ballot box stuffing, etc.* I do think
it's an interesting idea, though--I just hesitate to blacklist an ISP based
on open elections. (Does DShield even have shttp ability?)
>2. when an ISP is being considered for this, modify the dynamic banner
>to reflect it. Maybe:
Nah: that's too big to go onto any banner smaller than 1/4-screen
size. Maybe if we put it on a pop-under page it'll get some attention,
I thought the consensus was that most foreign ISP's don't respond
because they don't speak English, and thus don't understand the complaints
admins are sending to them, right? If so, is it fair to assume that their
end users will understand such notices any better than they do?
Even assuming they understand English, will they speak enough
techno-geek to understand it and why it matters? (i.e., do "spam" and
"hacking" mean the same thing in
__INSERT_NON-ENGLISH_LANGUAGE_HERE__?) Granted, the more people looking at
it, the more likely someone will figure it out, but....
(Some people have mentioned that they've started blocking connections
from geographic regions; how much success have you had in altering such
Supreme Lord High Commander and Keeper of the Holy Potato
"In at least one version [of the SSSCA], the law would make it
a felony to remove a watermark or flag from copyrighted content.
It would also outlaw logging onto the Internet with any computer
that removes or sidesteps the copy protection technology."
Random thought for the day:
...A clean desk is a sign of a cluttered desk drawer.
More information about the list