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|In The News: SPAM |
|1)||Net's New Year resolution: Outlaw spam|
|Rising angst over junk e-mail has the majority of the Internet population in favor of outlawing it, a new study shows. Web users are more annoyed than ever by the continuous flood of unsolicited bulk e-mail sent to in-boxes every day; 80 percent of Internet users surveyed said they are "very annoyed" by Spam, compared with only 49 percent who responded similarly two-and-a-half years ago, according to the latest Harris Poll. As a result of their irritation, an estimated 74 percent are proponents of making bulk e-mail illegal, while only 12 percent are opposed to banning it. January 3, 2003, 10:25 AM PT|
|2)||Congress to take on spam, copyright|
|When the 107th Congress ended its work last November, politicians discarded dozens of technology-related bills that had been briefly considered but were never enacted. Now that the 108th Congress has begun this week, some of those controversial proposals dealing with spam, copyright and Internet taxes will resurface--and some stand a better chance of becoming law. January 8, 2003, 4:00 AM PT|
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