Frequent Slashdot Contributor Bennett Haselton
is back with a story about fighting censorship with spam. He starts "Is it OK to send unsolicited e-mail to users in China, Iran, and other
censored countries, telling them
about new proxy sites for getting around Internet censorship? I hasten to
add that I have NOT done this,
am not planning on doing it and would not have any idea how to go about it
Between the various companies that offer proxy services, I don't know
of anyone who is doing it (no, not even people who swore me to secrecy
But I think the question involves ethical issues that would not apply to
most discussions of spam."
Hit that big link below to read the rest of his words.