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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
The San Jose Mercury News has a piece on Professor Lessig's anti-spam plan, New weapon for spam: bounty.
On April 10, 2003, the CIS Cyberlaw clinic filed CBI's comments on the proposed CARP Reform Bill, H.R. 1417, supporting the bill and suggesting certain amendments to address specific concerns of college broadcasters.
Download file Read more » about CIS files Collegiate Broadcasters Inc.'s Comments on CARP Reform Legislation