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Ethical E-mail Providers

Many providers now participate in "feedback loop" complaint systems. These report you as the problem to spammers (for complaining), which will of course, give the spammers your e-mail address for vengeance.  Look it up, if you don't believe it. Don't assume that you can trust your Internet provider.

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Please be aware that we get many requests for research and assistance. We respond to most of these requests.  We consider it time well spent whenever we can help good people. It has been surprising to us that many of the people who have sought our help have been unwilling to give us even the most basic respect.  For example, approximately half of the requests that we have gotten did not include a person's name, and about half of the messages that did actually include a name only listed the person's first name. No person sends anonymous notes to a doctor and expects to get help, and we deserve considerably more respect than most of them do. We consider cowards to be a useless drain of our resources and of society's overall.

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