New customers must read the user agreement before signing up, and they are also e-mailed a copy of the agreement after signing up.
Web World blocks relaying and also blocks SMTP sessions from various spamming domains. They have a zero-tolerance policy and charge spammers for cleanup costs. They also maintain a Spam Status Page.
WEBBNET has disabled relaying and blocks spam domains and netblocks. Any spamming accounts that are nuked are charged $1,000 for cleanup.
WEBCS has a zero-tolerance policy towards spam. Any spammers that are caught on their system will have their account suspended.
WebTV have 24x7 personnel availible to block sites that send out spam. They also offer the ability for their customers to NOT utilize their spam blocking measures and fine customers who spam $500.
WebWorqs has a fairly strong AUP, and also takes strong action against spammers, such as registering domains that they forge.
Relaying is disabled and they also subscribe to the RBL.
West Net doesn't allow their customers to spam and also doesn't allow them to spamvertise their webpages from another ISP. This policy also applies to Usenet with a minimum cleanup charge of $1,000.
Their official policy is to not sue spammers the first time. However, it would cost $1000 for a spammer to re-open an account and re-spamming will result in a civil suit.
Wincom has disabled relaying to outside systems, and blocks IP addresses, domain names, and e-mail addresses of known spammers.
WolfeNet is another subscriber to the Mail Abuse Protection System as well as refusing to relay mail or news postings. They also block commonly known spamming sites.
Also, since Wolfenet hosts cbs.com, spammers lose access to David Letterman's Top 10 List. (Take that, spammers! :-)
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