Michael Young wrote:My opinion at the end of the day can be summarized in a few statements:
Abuse causes well-defined harm to many organizations and individuals — both economic and reputational (this includes Registries and Registrars)
Spam is not less harmful than other forms of abuse since it's used to advertise phishing and malware sites
It is possible to identify almost all abusive domains, with high levels of confidence, for suspensions where the number of occurrences of truly innocent domains being suspended is extremely low — even where there is an active suspension program
Reducing the time to harm is the key. And that means removing the domain from the DNS -QUICKLY- after identifying it as harmful.
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