Apple has a "secret list" too it seems, I had one case of this with one domain. When I called I explained to normal tech support the issue, they had me escalated where I explained the issue in a bit more detail. Within an hour or two I had a call back from Apple support telling me that the domain had been removed, I didn't pry any more I just figured since they have the right to deny email for whatever reason then have the right to do this. This came after looking over logs, and some packet captures, to make sure it was being delivered to their servers before making the call to Apple. Nothing indicated any type of failure/deferred/blocked from looking at those logs/captures.
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Please don't bring the "cloud" into it, it has "clouded" enough minds already. A bunch of computers on various kinds of networks....it is really amazing how they can re-invent and convince so many. I love real new technology, I wish we would invest in that as an industry a bit more.
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or charge you and try to make a profit for a service that isn't free. I bet you get paid for what you do right?
Covering up the signs for a bit isn't in my opinion that bad...akin to protesting in front of the building. But doing something else detrimental to the business...that would become dangerous to more than the specific parties mentioned and I would regard it as a form of terrorism for profit or not. I think Anonymous wouldn't take it much further than organizing a bigger group to run whatever code they need.