Court rules for Spamhaus

After getting sued and not bothering to show up in court, the blacklist to beat all blacklists was slapped with a default judgement.

Spamhaus said they weren’t going to pay the $11+ million judgement, so their opponent asked ICANN to delete their domain. No dice.

Spamhaus runs a little interference, and then decides to head to court.

Now, a judge has said the court won’t try to force the issue on Spamhaus’s domain registrar, Tucows.

When is e360 going to get the hint? After their lawyers own their company?

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