Re: AOL's spam policy
On 3 Apr, Ian Keith Setford wrote:
>> Who are we supposed to beat then? :) It is unfortunate that headers are
>> so easy to forge. Hopefully some form of legislation will be passed that
>> will illegalize spam. Anyone know anything about this? I am curious to
>> know what actions if any are being taken.
> I have read the article on freshmeat about California proposing Anit-Spam
> legislation. California and New York are usually first to propose
> "groundbreaking" law. We'll have to wait and see. At least one state is
> taking a pro-active stance against spam.
Actually,Washington state passed an anti-spam law just last month. Read
about it at the url below. It makes it illegal to forge headers. Just
what you are looking for.
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