The next day, Li Na received an email from "email@example.com" in which he was told: "We have evidence to proof that you have been tapping the highest security hotlines of government. Any attempt to bug the tele-phone talk of country leaders is illegal."
Footnote: Li Peng is the Premire who ordered to kill Peking students in Tiananmen Square in 1989 crackdown.
UPLINK Computer Services, Inc. (UPLINK-NET-DOM) UPLINK-NET.COM UPLINK INTERNATIONAL LTD (UPLINKWEB2-DOM) UPLINKWEB.COM UpLink Technologies - Internet Services Group (UPLINK2-DOM) UPLINK.NET Uplink Communications (UP-LINK-DOM) UP-LINK.COM Uplink Corporation (UPLINKCORP-DOM) UPLINKCORP.COM Uplink Systems (UPLINK-DOM) UPLINK.COM Uplink Technologies (UPLINK-TECHNOLOGIES-DOM) UPLINK-TECHNOLOGIES.COM Uplink Technologies (UPLINKTECH-DOM) UPLINKTECH.COMWhat's curious is that the InterNIC record for uplinkweb.com has one of the contacts listed with an uplink.com address, which I found out about when I got a "final billing notice" for uplinkweb.com from the InterNIC. It's really pathethic when the person who created the domain can't get his own email address right:
UPLINK INTERNATIONAL LTD (UPLINKWEB2-DOM) P.O. Box 28 Carterton, NZ Domain Name: UPLINKWEB.COM Administrative Contact, Billing Contact: McConchie, Evan (EM1083) jarrod@UPLINK.COM 0064 3797976 (FAX) ask when you cal Technical Contact, Zone Contact: Bennett, Robert (RB1043) rob@ADGRAFIX.COM 617-523-2822 Record last updated on 30-Nov-96. Record created on 16-Nov-96.I got enough mis-directed emil that I set up a filter program with an autoresponder that responds back to any message with a "To" header that I do not recognize. The autoresponder message basically tells people that they've sent email to an invalid email address and to remove the user from any mailing lists and such. The side effect of this filter is that it also gets about 95% of the spam that people send me as well.
The point is: Be careful where you send that email and be even more careful that you give out your correct email address. There's so such thing as "almost correct" like there is with postal mail. It's either exactly right or it's bounced.