|Received:||3/21/2004 7:07:40 AM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
Any subject line and/or the body of email consisting of jumbled words should be viewed as an "aggrevated violation". All unrequested email soliciting sale of any product and/or viewing of any questionable material considered pornographic or of an unsolicitated nature by the recipient should be considered an "aggrevated violation". All "senders" should provide a legitiment business license name and number. All Internet Service Providers should provide protection to users of all other IPS services to halt unsolicited emails; i.e. a complaint from the recipient should result in an investigation and suspension of service to the offending sender. This service should be simplified to necessitate only the material in question, easily accessible to the recipient as a means of identification. The CAN-SPAM Act must apply to "free" e-mail ISP in the same manner. All false sender names and/or account addresses should be viewed as "aggrevated violation" with both the sender and the ISP of that account held responsible. Only accurate originating identification will comply. Public Record of all offending ISP services should be made available. All offending ISPs should be considered as enablers and fined for the violation. No tangible Reward System should be implemented to induce the reporting of a violation. Only notice of the actions taken by the originating ISP should be offered to the complaintent of the "aggrevated violation". All offending ISPs should be considered as enablers and fined for the violation.