Posted by Al Iverson on Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Over on his blog, John Levine expertly dissects what went wrong in ASIS vs. Azoogle, an anti-spam lawsuit where, yet again, a judge doesn't find for the plaintiff. At the heart of the matter? Three issues; a sloppy plaintiff, a judge who believes (or was led to believe) things about email that might be at a right angle to reality, and that damn Gordon vs. Virtumundo ruling, which just won't die. Read all about it here.