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July 29, 2005

Kiss that Frog

I like this idea. Blue Security, an Israeli internet security company, compiles lists of spammers e-mails sent to them by members. The spammers are then offered a few chances to delete forever Blue Security members e-mails from their mailing lists permanently. After a few warnings and spam is still sent out to members, the company then bomabrds their sites with complaints until they can no longer function, the internet business version of being blasted to smithereens. This is much like what happens to internet users when we're the target of a nasty spammer sending a constant stream of messages for days on end. Click here.