Well this can be looked at in a number of ways, many would say “If you’ve nothing to hide, why worry?” – but then we know people in the UK can be fairly fanatical when it comes to issues regarding privacy. Also TalkTalk are claiming it’s an anonymous system, so actual user details aren’t stored. […]
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You might recall we reported a while ago about ‘spam friendly’ ISP Intercage coming back online after having their plug pulled by upstream provider UnitedLayer. They pledged to clean up their act though and drop their biggest client who was an Eastern European malware and phishing host. This time another ISP has been suspected of […]
There has been a big hoo-haa recently about a US ISP called Intercage who have said to have been harbouring spammers and scammers via their largest client an Eastern European webhost called Esthost. Their plug got pulled 2 days ago by the upstream provider IP transit provider UnitedLayer after weeks of criticism from the community […]
I stopped using ISP based e-mail accounts years ago, they always had lousy spam control and after joining a few mailing lists they used to get flooded with junk. I always found web based mail systems to have much more effective spam filtering systems, plus I don’t have to waste my time and bandwidth downloading […]
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