Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussions' started by Gert Potgieter, Mar 1, 2002.
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Regarding the malicious attack on our site: please stop
I sent this e-mail in partial support
Yes. Also, there is http://www.geocities.com/rm68nospam/.
Hell hath no fury like a degree mill operator scorned!
Fortunately the anti-ursine spam and websites are so puerile that they only hurt themselves.
As to the obvious rip off cover art, perhaps geocities and the site owner would be interested in reading copyright laws and libel laws. Perhaps some lawyer from Ten Speed or such could draft them a letter.
Just a thought.
I wonder if the attack on the DNS company is having an effect? One of the PCs in my office now reports "unknown host" when I try to access degreeinfo.com.
No, there shouldn't be any access problems at degreeinfo. DNS and all other backend functions of the site are behaving normally. Email us with more details of what you're getting and we'll be happy to help.
Re: Re: AED spamfest takes a serious turn
It's gone: Geocities appears to have removed the page. Fancy that....
Re: Re: Re: AED spamfest takes a serious turn
It's back up (the file is a description -- undated, but from internal evidence a rather old document -- of Columbia State's programs). Bear's Guide graphics on opening page have been removed (gotta love copyright lawyers...)
Re: Re: Re: Re: AED spamfest takes a serious turn
The file they have posted described Columbia Pacific, not Columbia State. And, in my opinion, the letters provided a responsible and reasonable assessment of Columbia Pacific based on the facts available (and alternatives available) at the time.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AED spamfest takes a serious turn
ARRRGH! And it's too late to edit. Gerd, by the way, is quite right, and I agree with his assessment.
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