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LABEL/BOUNTY SPAM LEGISLATION

Monday April 28, 2003
1:00-2:00 PM
Room 290
Stanford Law School
Open to All!
Background:

September 16, 2002
Imagine a law that had two parts—a labeling part and a bounty part. Part A says that any unsolicited commercial e-mail must include in its subject line the tag [ADV:]. Part B says that the first person to track down a spammer violating the labeling requirement will, upon providing proof to the Federal Trade Commission, be entitled to $10,000 to be paid by the spammer.”
–Larry Lessig CIO Insight Magazine Read more » about LABEL/BOUNTY SPAM LEGISLATION

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