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Re: Proposed EU Directive on Electronic Commerce

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  • From: Sergey Mukhin < >
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 13:28:53 +0300
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>>>>> "C" == Claudio Allocchio +39 040 3758523 <Claudio> writes:
C> Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 14:47:49 +0100
C> To: Piet Beertema <Piet.Beertema@localhost
C> cc: Ragnar Lonn prl@localhost, anti-spam-wg@localhost

C> there is one point which I do not see in this discussion:

C> the vast majority of actual spammers WILL NEVER do anything to identify
C> their spam messages: on the contrary they are trying to do anything
C> possible to hide themselves, and to have their messages delivered anywhere.

C> we can surely compare their attitude to the hacker's one.

C> thus, could we please land again on planet Earth, and forget about how to
C> convince professional killers that they should weare a black t-shirt with
C> a red sentence stating "I'm a killer, beware"?

C> :-)

Talking about forcing "warning labels" for SPAM, why not to forbid
it in email at all, leaving email for private messages, not for
broadcasting ?

IMHO USENET news are more appropriate for advertizing; they are
well classified, and nobody will read SPAM if he does not want it.

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