From: Barton F Bruce (no email)
Date: Sun Oct 04 2009 - 20:07:00 EDT
> Exactly correct. The number one priority, which trumps all others,
> is making the abuse stop. Yes, there are many other things that can
> and should be done, but that's the first one.
Stopping the abuse is fine, but cutting service to the point that a family
using VOIP only for their phone service can't call 911 and several children
burn to death could bring all sorts of undesirable regulation let alone the
bad press and legal expenses.