- Until there are laws (as for junk fax), stopping spam is our problem.
- The Smith Bill - H.R. 1748 is supported by MAPS and CAUCE, The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email. It amends the "anti-junk fax" law to include email, giving consumers a "private right of action" against spam. It follows the "opt-in" approach.
- Torricelli Bill - S. 875 is spam friendly. It was drafted with the help and support of the Direct Marketing Association and other marketing businesses. It follows the "opt-out" approach.
- The RBL is not "published" (legal term), so libel isn't applicable.
- Collateral damage is the worst, so recipients have to indemnify us.
- Mistakes are sometimes made; it's easier to get off the list than on.
- We blackhole spammers' web servers even if they don't spam from them.
- Spam Neutral is the same, to us, as spam friendly.
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Last Modified 9/20/98