Blacklists and Spamhause — 3 Comments

  1. Sorry Richard, I’m using you as a test case. I’ve just switched to an iMac in my living room and am having a devil of a time accessing blogger sites. Hosted or WordPress are fine. Sorry for the inconvenience but I’m trying to prove a point.

  2. It is one of the main issues with dynamic IP allocating in any medium. Once one person flips a switch, then they will progressively flip all switches until everyone using the addresses is blocked.

    I know it’s a bad example, but it’s like everyone in DCU vandalising Wikipedia via the wireless network getting the IPs blocked from editing by unregistered users.

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