We don't tolerate transmission of spam on our network," says WorldCom spokesperson Peter Lucht. "But spamware is content, and we're not in the business of policing Internet content.
Spam[ware] is content? With morals like that, no wonder they went bankrupt...
The story about MonsterHut/PaeTec seems interesting from FQ's standpoint, as it implies there is at least some legal ground for FQ not being liable if a hosted account sends spam.