e360 v. Comcast: EPIC FAIL

Mickey Chandler says: "EPIC FAIL."

Another blogger (I'm not going to help his Google-fu by linking) states that he "hates to say it," but that Comcast's motion "looks like a winner." Hates to say it? You've got somebody suing over what seems to be a whole bunch of unwanted emails, an ISP apply their reasonable and common standards to reject such mail, and you hate to say that Comcast is likely to prevail?

I don't know why he'd say that, and the post isn't insightful. I don't know if he's had grumpy interactions with Comcast customer service over TV woes in the past, or if he is against private sector restrictions on commercial messaging, or who knows what. At any point, does not compute.

By the way, just for the record: I work with many clients who have had issues delivering mail to Comcast over the past year or two. I'm not going to go into details, as I'm not keen on giving e360 free legal advice, but let's just say that, in my opinion, much of what e360 alleges about their experiences with Comcast doesn't match up with what I've personally observed with many other senders.

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