Spam filters

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Mon Feb 9 18:24:05 2004

On Mon, 9 Feb 2004, Robert Feldman wrote:

> Enjoy it while you can. It won't last long:
> See

I agree with Dan Gillmor's assessment (maybe I'm naive). AT&T has the
bucks and the clout to go after any spammer that tries to use this
technique without license. However, patents being as they are, they can
be abused or gotten around.

Anyway, I'm not terribly worried. Also, the method seems to only address
"duplicate detection", which is but one aspect of spam that SpamAssassin
looks for.

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