Two recent blog posts worth highlighting.
The first is by David Zanetti, and tells for the first time in public how he got involved in the Brown vs O’Brien internet defamation case. For those not aware of the case, Patrick O’Brien was the CEO of Domainz and he sued for defamation Alan Brown, a member of ISOCNZ which owned Domainz, for comments made on a mailing list. One of the issues in contention was whether O’Brien made a habit of issuing legal threats against people.
The second is by ‘phirate’ and gives his thoughts on the Antispam workshop arranged by InternetNZ.
I don’t agree with everything said, but impressed to see so much thought on the issue and the workshop.