So what do they have to sue over? ABP's business model is transparent; the software is open source and the filter lists are easily available. Reminds me of Blue Frog. They came up with a way to help people who didn't want spam to keep from getting spam, and it even helped the spammers by knowing who would fight back against them. But the spammers didn't like not being completely in control and had to try to force their filth on everyone. I suspect many of the same people are involved in the attacks on ABP. Or maybe ABP is like Dyson in that little story that may or may not be based on any kind of fact. ABP comes up with something that works, and then endures all kinds of attacks by the evil capitalists. I guess there's a lot of money in the ad business. Thanks again to Pinga and other ad spammers posing as news sources for keeping us up on their propaganda. In any case, it's fascinating how many people seem to be siding with the purveyors of obnoxious ads.