Why Your ISP Takes Bribes From Spammers

Written by Niall Roche

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But.....repparttar CanSpam Act 2003... surely that's going to make a difference? Of course.

Any ISP inrepparttar 132707 United States can get in serious, serious trouble for signing pink contracts. Problem is that there's a whole big world wide web out there andrepparttar 132708 vast majority of pink contracts are signed with overseas ISPs where US authorities have no jurisdiction - China and Russia being perfect examples.

There's no moral to this story. Spam is a huge problem that's finally being taken seriously by Governmental bodies. However until they start imposing prison sentences or seizure orders on those individuals and companies inrepparttar 132709 pink contract businessrepparttar 132710 problem can only continue.

Niall Roche is the content author and owner of www.spam-site.com which reviews and tests spam filtering software for the business and end user.

COMPLAIN to the FTC about spyware - April 19th, 04 hearing

Written by Guy Hartmann

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purposes in mind. Protect your computer security. Speak up torepparttar FTC! You can email comments forrepparttar 132705 April 19th, 2004 hearing at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/workshops/spyware/index.htm

Guy Hartmann is a community educator and often contributes to Quantum Links: http://www.quantum-links.com & blogs information at http://www.quantum-links.blogspot.com

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