Latest US Spam Bill Lets Spammers Police Themselves

from the we'll-be-good,-we-swear dept

The latest revision of one of many poorly thought out anti-spam laws in the US will let certain email companies be above the law if they agree to self-regulate themselves. Basically, they’re saying that if they’re a big enough operation, they shouldn’t have to abide by any silly laws. More evidence of why anti-spam legislation in the US doesn’t seem likely to do anything to help solve the spam problem.

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