http://www.nytimes.com/2003/06/20/technology/20SPAM.html Fueled by rising frustration with the growing commercial clutter in e-mail in-boxes, an antispam bill was voted out of committee for the first time during this Congressional session. With minimal discussion and debate, the Senate Commerce Committee unanimously approved a bill to make it illegal for anyone to use fraudulent or deceptive return e-mail addresses, fake e-mail headers or use false subject lines. The bill calls for misdemeanor penalties of up to . . .
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