|Received:||3/22/2004 12:37:31 AM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
An "opt-in" list would be more effective. That is, do not allow unsolicited emails unless someone has voluntarily opted into a list. Comments about new technologies: many unsolicited emails do not even have anyone to contact, but are merely "bait" to verify if an email address is valid--i.e. if it does not bounce back , it is valid, thus can be sold. How can those even be traced if they arfe deemed to not be in compliance? The mail server would have to provide that information.