Re: Hate Email and how to combat it outside the U.S.?
- Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 09:52:44 +0200
On Wed, 11 Aug 1999 17:54:12 +0700, "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" writes:
> A few days ago I read a brief report about an Austrian court ruling
> that explicitely *forbids* using a phone-call to obtain permission for
> phone-based marketing/advertising. This permission has to be obtained
> by other means.
that's paragraph 101 of the austrian "telekommunikationsgesetz"
(telecommunications act). up to now this act dealt only with
UC<messages> by fax and telephone, but recently has been amended
to include email, too. unfortunately this change is not legal
yet, but the "psycological" value of this law is quite nice when dealing
with the (quite rare) austrian spammer :-)
for more details, see <URL:http://www.euro.cauce.org/en/countries/c_at.html>
and the links to the austrian gov'mt homepage (german only, though).
 july 15, 1999 to be exact.
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