Less than five months after the passage of the CAN-SPAM Act, government and industry representatives give it a mixed bag of reviews.
A bill that can put convicted spammers out of business and send them to jail for as long as ten years awaits the governor's signature.
Microsoft's chairman says 'parasitic' software is turning the Internet into a billboard.
Online giants like Microsoft and Yahoo! consider a small e-mail 'postage' fee to senders as a possible spam stopper.
Erroneously blocked e-mail will cost marketers about $419 million in 2008.
Microsoft's founder challenged the only extant entity seemingly bigger than Microsoft: unsolicited e-mail.
New California laws mandate privacy policies and information sharing disclosure.
Many online companies have been tweaking their privacy policies.
Marketers accused of spamming blame a rogue affiliate.
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