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Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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Most of the current bills create a level of legitimacy for senders of unsolicited commercial e-mail, because spamming would be legal until a consumer ops out, according to Ray Everett-Church, counsel for the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE).
President Bush recently signed legislation aimed at reducing deceptive and unsolicited commercial e-mails, commonly known as "spam.
requires that recipients of unsolicited commercial e-mails be given the opportunity to remove themselves from the sender's list; and
The other, by Assemblyman Gary Miller, R-City of Industry, allows an e-mail service provider to file a civil suit against a user who violates its policies restricting unsolicited commercial e-mail.
If the House does not take action on the bill before adjournment, individual state laws restricting unsolicited commercial e-mail, including California's much publicized legislation, will go into effect January 1.
com/) help guarantee the delivery of legitimate e-mail and thwart the voluminous threat of unsolicited commercial e-mail (UCE), or spam.
Meanwhile, in California, former Governor Gray Davis sent a powerful message to direct marketers in late September when he signed into law anti-spam legislation banning air unsolicited commercial e-mail in the state.
TRAC, NCL, and Consumer Action filed a petition with the FTC requesting that unsolicited commercial e-mail (commonly referred to as spam) be considered an unfair and deceptive trade practice that causes harm to consumers.
a distributor of mass, unsolicited commercial e-mail.
According to the Yankee Group, unsolicited commercial e-mail consumes corporate resources, and its associated productivity costs can add up to at least $4 billion a year.
As Congress approached its August recess, debate and consensus-building continued in both houses about ways to best curb unsolicited commercial e-mail or spam.
The core challenge in addressing unsolicited commercial e-mail is defining what is, or is not, spam," Waterfield says.