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EFFector 19.12: Action Alert - Stop Congress from XXXing with

Monty Solomon (
Sun, 2 Apr 2006 20:48:26 -0500

EFFector Vol. 19, No. 12 March 31, 2006

A Publication of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
ISSN 1062-9424

In the 373th Issue of EFFector:

* Action Alert: Stop Congress from XXXing with Free Speech!
* EFF Motion in AT&T Surveillance Case Draws Government's Eye
* "Email -- Should the Sender Pay?": EFF Fundraiser, Debate Between
Esther Dyson and Danny O'Brien
* Hearing Set for Key Bloggers' Rights Case
* FEC Protects Bulk of Internet Speech From Campaign Finance Rules
* DMCA Rulemaking Hearings Underway
* miniLinks (15): The Gagged ISP Operator
* Administrivia

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I can tell you right now what the
answer to that third item on email -- 'Should sender pay'-- be: if
the senders are going to be sending out these _HUGE_ loads of crap
like I found in my inbox (inbox yet, to say nothing of spam box
which had a record volume while I was in the hospital) -- if they
are going to be sending all that out then YES they should be required
to pay for it. I mean, I was working on spam, weeding it out most of
Thursday morning. PAT]

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