On 28 Aug 2003, Greg Woods wrote:
> On Thu, 2003-08-28 at 05:48, Bernie Cosell wrote:
> > But the question might be one of the duty of the *transport* providers.
> > Notice that if you refuse to accept email addressed to me, then you
> > deprive me of *MY* right to decide to 'listen' or not -- you've already
> > made the decision for me.
> Now, if the ISP's initial terms of service don't TELL you that they are
> filtering mail, and then they do, then you'd have a legitimate
If an ISP drops filters email, without reserving the right to do so in
their terms of service, I wonder if that's a violation of the Electronic
Communications Privacy Act. Just a thought