Lycos shuts down MLNS project

After having heard rumours for the past few days, we have now received confirmation that Lycos have shut down their “Make Love Not Spam” project.

Lycos have received a lot of criticism concerning this project, so this move doesn’t come as a surprise.

Personally, I think that this is for the best. I don’t doubt that Lycos had good intentions, but this simply isn’t the right way to try and solve the spam problem.

Lycos shuts down MLNS project

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