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  1. Anything that can help reduce this annoyance has to be a good thing, although care will have to be taken when the IP address could have been spoofed – not very nice to block innocent parties. (I’ve made the same comment at Feedster).

    (Having said that, currently I’m adding the IP address of the commentator to Movable Type’s blacklist…) Blacklisting based on the addresses to which they point might be more reliable, and remove the commercial motivation for spamming in the first place.

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