[ILUG] Pleasingly clueful Linuxy coverage in Irish Times these days :-)
feargal at thecia.ie
Fri Nov 23 15:32:31 GMT 2001
Various US states have introduced legislation where spammers must provide an opt-out method. At present there's no federal legislation enacted, but a number of bills are being thrashed around the place.
Have a look at http://www.spamlaws.com/ for more information.
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On Fri, 23 Nov 2001 14:12:45 +0000, David Golden <david.golden at oceanfree.net> wrote:
> Articles about the Linux-Based CERN datagrid project,
> Ian Clarke's freenet (stressing its utility to preserve free
> expression in oppresive regimes, as well as the more normal
> "look, you can swap mp3s".), and an article about the
> messed-up state of copyright, with particular reference
> to MS, the MPAA, and Linux DeCSS.
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