“Name and Shame”, or socially responsible use of your log data

Wednesday, 11 February 2009, 5:02 PM EST

Your logs contain an ever-growing mass of data on spammers. How about making an effort to make that data useful to others?

Those of us who run email services know, from sometimes painful experience, what it takes to ensure that the minimum possible amount of unwanted advertising and scams that may turn out to be security hazards reaches our users' inboxes.

At bsdly.blogspot.com

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