Canadian Anti-Spam Law
Does Canada have postal junk mail laws too? If not, why are they picking on the digital realm?
Re: Congress Needs To Act To Keep The Internet Tax-Free
From the article: "The U.S. has made broadband access a national priority for the past two decades, and weve been rewarded for it with strong growth in the technology sector."
It may be partly true, but we all know that the U.S. government really hasn't. If they (government) really wanted broadband access to become an actual national priority they would have created and actually used a broadband plan that was created years ago. I still do not see broadband as a priority, if it was so they would forcefully tear down all the laws, red tape, and bullshit restrictions that has been put into place in years of lobbying by the duopolies that consistently try to prevent competition.
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I am surprised congress hasn't come up with a internet tax to fund broadband to make there corporate friends happy to have another slush fun like the current USF.
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Re: Canadian Anti-Spam Law
spam costs companies lots of money to deal with.
SnailSpam aka Junk Mail makes postal services lots of money so of course there is no effort to fight it.
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Someone accidentally puts email address on Usenet or public forum. spammers could get hold of their email addresses.