Who was it?
Why did it take so long?
What are the lessons from the apparent ease with which spam can be largely eradicated by reputable ISPs working together to enforce their conditions of service?
Should it change the nature of debate on duties and responsibilities with regard to malpracitce over the Internet?
Is Ross Anderson correct and the current situation is the result of faulty economic incentives?
Can it be corrected by leaving the Judiciary to apply the same law on-line as off-line: voiding opt-outs under the excuse that the Internet and/or E-ommerce are new and/or different and/or too complex" and letting the restoration of traditional duties and responsibilities take their course?
Tomorrow morning I hope to make some of these points to a Forbes CEOs breakfast.
I suspect they will like them.
But will the information security community?