Is it really any surprise that an email postage company has done a survey saying that people want email postage stamps as a way of cutting back spam. In the past, every survey that has asked people about email postage has generally come out the opposite way. However, when you ask the question in a leading way, such as: "Is it a good idea to shift the cost of e-mail from the ISPs to those who send mass e-mail?" who's actually going to say no? Of course, people want to "shift the cost," but that's not the same as saying they want to deal with email postage stamps.
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