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spam 'produces 17m tons of CO2'


agsteele
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Good news! ...
Certainly is. A really clever thing would be if they could extend:
...The government also said last fall it would introduce legislation preventing telecommunications companies from charging fees to customers for receiving unsolicited commercial text messages. ...
to e-mail as well, admitting I have no idea how that could be made to stick. Oh well, governments are nearly useless at getting technological stuff 'right' in the first draft, I suppose they'd only mess it up if they tried getting too clever. But there is some real potential in the measures proposed and certainly the AU experience shows a spammer's life can be made much more complicated by such-like.
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