The accusations seem to be almost par for the course when accusations are leveled against SORBS. Namely, Gandi is saying that SORBS
- Feels that it is “above the law”
- Demands that action be taken against clients based solely upon the word of the SORBS administrators.
- Is listing without prior notification (i.e.: No attempt is made to work with them prior to listing.)
- Is demanding paying for delisting.
The SORBS website has no updates on its news section since 10 November 2009, no statement on its front page, and no comment made on Gandi’s site. So there is no telling what its side of the story is.
UPDATE: Michelle Sullivan posted SORBS’ side of the story on 2 March 2010, on the news.admin.net-abuse.email USENET group.