|Received:||3/21/2004 6:35:45 PM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
There's a lot here that I'm not sure about or have no opinion. I will say that if an e-mail is commercial in nature and that company has asked that their message be fowarded to the recievers friends etc. they should be help accountable. The person not knowing who is on the list should e-mail friend and ask if ok on each occation. Also, I've unsubscribed to so many sites just to have the very same messages(text etc) sent to me with a different senders address. Once one has unsubscribed and recieves the same info in that manner, the FCC should bust their behinds. Also, another sore spot. When getting e-mail sometimes, it's porn but looks very innocent until opened. Then you can't get rid of those *&*^%##@#. That is an area that really needs to be addressed. I don't care who wants it. That's their business. But when I don't want it and they hide behind headings that look like anything but porn, well you get the message. I feel like that there are commercial services that I've signed up for and do want to continue dealing with them. Most of the commercial e-mail I get, I had asked for and the ones that I don't want, I should be able to opt out and be left alone. Thanks for listening.