2/1/2005

Despite the enforcement of a landmark federal anti-spam law beginning a year ago, ISPs are reporting that their receipt of unsolicited commercial e-mails is at an all-time high, and critics are charging that the rules encoded in the CAN-SPAM Act give spammers a road map to legal spamming. Sen. Conrad Burns, R-Mont., one of the leading authors of the law, said he will be working "to make sure the FTC utilizes the tools now in place to enforce the act and effectively stem the tide of this burden."

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