TITLE

Battle over junk E-mail continues

AUTHOR(S)
Gebeloff, Rob
PUB. DATE
July 1997
SOURCE
San Diego Business Journal;7/23/97 Supplement, Vol. 18 Issue 29, p15A
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that Republican Christopher Smith introduced legislation in Congress on May 21, 1997 making it a crime to unleash E-mail advertising unless the recipient has a pre-existing business relationship with the sender. What Senator Robert Torricelli's proposal states; Reason for the battle over junk E-mail; Counterattack by spammers to threats made by Earthlink; Formation of a coalition of Netizens opposed to spam.
ACCESSION #
9708212818

 

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