> > I'm not in favor of trying to charge people money to do it; all
> > that's likely to happen is that they won't pay you. Then you get
> > to chase them through the court system, a considerable amount of
> > work for non-local people.
> Then charge them large amounts and turn people who violate it over the the
> D.A. or F.B.I. depending upon whether it's interstate or not. Make it
> $25,000 and call it Grand Theft. Lot's of ways to stop spamming there.
> Michael Rutman | moose @
> Programmer | Macintosh and NeXT programmer
> Software Ventures | maker of MicroPhone Pro
> #include <std.disclaimer> | really offensive political statement
If the spamming were performed by a company based in, say, Singapore, would
you regard this as interstate? Would the FBI have jurisdiction?
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