Webwork - 4:35 pm on Oct 8, 2010 (gmt 0)
It was really something to see Norton generating repeated bright red "warning type" pop-ups, atop my MS Outlook interface, annoucing that my emails to a friend were being blocked because Verizon flagged them as spam. I felt . . . dirty . . and . . falsely accused.
Naturally, I wasted at least 30 minutes attempting to a) work around the problem (of being a spammer); and, b) attempting to determine why I was suddenly being flagged as a spammer and what I could do about it.
So, do you think I have a case for libel or infliction of emotional distress against SORBS? I mean, really! Calling me a spammer! :p
Okay, if not, how about a claim for compensation for wasting my time - that stuff of life that I value . . . that spammers themselves have no issue wasting? No? It's all just about email having a hefty "suck factor"?
Okay, then how about I be allowed to kick the knuckleheads who set this in motion . . in their SORBS? ;)