Spammers to jail, the way it should be

By on July 9, 2003, 6:29 PM
[COLOR=royalblue]E-mail "spammers" who flood Internet inboxes with millions of unwanted, deceptive commercial pitches should face jail time as well as financial penalties, U.S. lawmakers and law enforcers said Tuesday.[/COLOR]

CNN is running a story with the latest happenings regarding email spam, a law against unauthorized spam is in the works now, some say it will work much like telemarketing does so you can opt-out and never be bothered again, otherwise illegal spammers may face a jail sentence of up to two years.

If you are up for a great read, we posted about this article a while ago "Confessions of a Former Spammer".




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XtR-X said:
I've always hated e-mail spammers. It's illegal anyways. In order for them to send their "special offers" to our mailbox, we must agree.
Phantasm66 said:
Mind if I get to throw away the key?
poertner_1274 said:
I don't think anyone in their right mind would object to that.
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