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But printers were a rarity, and by default the print jobs would go up to the main Computer Centre and then be delivered to your pigeonhole the next day. You had to remember to specify a local printer, else the pictures would end up "upsetting" the ladies who handled the print jobs. Ooops.
From memory, the most popular ASCII art one was called brigitte.pic (Brigitte Bardot). There were naughtier ones but hardcore porn and ASCII art do not really work together..
Whether or not anyone will care about Tizen is another matter. Samsung tried to push LiMo with the Vodafone 360 range back in 2009. That was pretty much a failure, I don't think that the odds are in favour of a Tizen device, especially if it is a carrier exclusive.
I've seen this story several times before with people complaining about "blackmail" with different blacklists and filters, and in all cases I have ever seen there has been some sort of real problem. Remember that there are different levels of blacklisting, from the lowly backscatter blacklisting which hits a lot of legitimate organisations, up to Level 3 (which indicates that you've been informed of a problem for a long time but basically don't give a fuck), up to the next step which is de-peering or permanent widespread blacklisting. OP is clearly drinking in the last-chance saloon on this one.
Top tip: running an ISP is harder than it looks. Not managing abuse of your systems will eventually cause major problems, and in the worst cases will drive you out of business and have law enforcement forcing their way into you server rooms to take your kit. Don't assume that YOU are the innocent party and the the complainers are just making it up if you want to remain in the ISP business..