Belwue has a strong anti-spam clause in their Terms and Conditions. They also cancel Usenet spams that come out of their newsserver.
Balloons uses IP blocking and a "kill list" of known spammers on all their mailservers, and not only do they prohibit spam, they also disallow "adding or attempting to add addresses to any mailing list without explicit positive consent of the addressee".
Barron Communications is strict about spam, having disabled relaying from their servers. They also block e-mail from spamming domains and offer filtering services to their users.
Bay View has disabled e-mail and news relaying
Be Free believes that "selling should be done in context", and as such does not allow their clients to send spam and advises them on how ineffective a marketing technique it really is.
Bellsouth had a rocky start, but is now doing a pretty good job of dealing with abusers.
Mail relaying has been disabled on their mailserver.
BestWeb does not relay, and they block e-mail from spamming sites. They also have a page at http://www.bestweb.net/abuse that lists the status of complaints against BestWeb customers.
BitStorm warns spammers once. If they spam again, they're history!
Bluemarble gives spammers a warning the first time they spam, and terminates them on a second offense. They also disabled relaying and refuse e-mail from known spam havens.
BOD won't allow customers to set up websites with them and spamvertise them from elsewhere on the net, and they will also charge "clean up costs" for dealing with a customer who has spammed.
Spam ByteMark, get billed at $135 an hour. :-)
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