Addressing FTC DIARRUCA Concerns
draft-malamud-diarruca-concerns-00

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Author Carl Malamud 
Last updated 2004-03-25
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Abstract

The U.S. Congress, having hit a home run with the do-not-call list, has decided that since computers are like telephones, a do-not-email list ought to win them the pennant. You have an opportunity to block that metaphor. The FTC has issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and has given the public until March 31, 2004 to respond. This document tells you how and explains the issues.

Authors

Carl Malamud (carl@media.org)

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