Spam Cop... Public Servant Or Self- Proclaimed GOD!!

Written by John Colanzi

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Wake up marketers, you could be next. You could berepparttar next one attacked byrepparttar 132821 Spam Cop McCarthyism. Don't take your liberty for granted.

The internet is still experiencing growing pains and for some reason these individuals have appointed themselves as repparttar 132822 internets version of Hitler's Brown Shirts.

I refuse to cave in to these elitists who feel it's their duty to tell me how I'm inrepparttar 132823 wrong no matter whatrepparttar 132824 proof torepparttar 132825 contrary.

The media already controlsrepparttar 132826 air waves. The internet is one ofrepparttar 132827 only bastions of free expression left forrepparttar 132828 average person.

Don't let freedom of speech and free enterprise go ontorepparttar 132829 endangered species list because of these self - appointed censors.

I will not go quietly and I hope you feelrepparttar 132830 same way.

If I wanted to be controlled by a dictator I'd move to Iraq.

Since I live in America, I still expect due process and I refuse to cave in to faceless terrorists.

Let freedom ring.

Wishing You Success, John

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SPAM Laws of 2001"

Written by A.T.Rendon

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First, because ofrepparttar language that allows for a one-time email to be sent so long as a valid return email address is provided byrepparttar 132820 sender andrepparttar 132821 sender removes anyonerepparttar 132822 so requests to be removed from that mailing list.

Although this isrepparttar 132823 same exact language that was included inrepparttar 132824 bill that passedrepparttar 132825 House last year, many SPAM fanatics are raising objections to its' inclusion inrepparttar 132826 bill this year.

Second, isrepparttar 132827 language inrepparttar 132828 last paragraph that would allow a "right of action by a recipient or provider",repparttar 132829 problem being thatrepparttar 132830 law would allow Internet Service Providers, ISP's, to file for monetary damages against spammers torepparttar 132831 tune of $500 per email sent or $50,000 per mailing incident.

Opponents argue that ISP's would be filing against anyone that might be accused of SPAM, guilty or not, in hopes of reaping big financial gains.

Considering how SPAM compalints are often handled these days with innocent people having their services terminated or web site shut down without even having allegations of SPAM investigated, perhaps there is reason for such fears of abuse.

A search of bothrepparttar 132832 Senate, andrepparttar 132833 House, http:/ found onlyrepparttar 132834 following under The keyword "Spam":

Two other bills introduced inrepparttar 132835 House are:

1. Wireless Telephone Spam Protection Act - H.R.113 : http:/ emp/~c107WLOF59::

2. Anti-Spamming Act of 2001 - H.R. 1017: This Act may be cited asrepparttar 132836 `Anti-Spamming Act of 2001' http:/ emp/~c107WLOF59::

Rep. Gene Green, fromrepparttar 132837 29th District in Texas and isrepparttar 132838 sponsor of HR 95, so if you wish to make any suggestions or comments onrepparttar 132839 proposed Spam Law, he can be reached by any ofrepparttar 132840 following:

HON. GENE GREEN 2335 Rayburn HOB Washington, DC 20515 (202) 225-1688 Fax: (202) 225-9903

HON. GENE GREEN 256 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. E., Suite 29 Houston, TX 77060 (281) 999-5879 Fax: (281) 999-5716

If you would like to send him an email, you may do so by visiting his official web site at: and filling outrepparttar 132841 supplied form.

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