- More changes coming to two more free inbox providers: AOL and Yahoo plan to turn the inbox into integrated messaging platforms and get more social, while trying to avoid the fate of Google Buzz.
- British research firm Kognito discloses that 59% of the limeys they asked would prefer tougher legislation on businesses that send e-mail.
- Fall-out from the booting of Rich Kulawiec from the (in)famous and widely-read spam-l listserv: the owner also boots volunteer moderators, who’ve now started a new list with similar objectives at spammers.dontlike.us.
- ISP and habitual litigant ASIS drops its spam suit against Subscriberbase, citing a judgement in an unrelated case. They seem to have sued themselves into non-existence.
- Domain registrar Godaddy appears to be looking for a buyer. They’ve hired a banker to shop the firm to private equity groups, the New York Times reported this week.
makes me want to drink alchoholic beverages