>From: Berg <berg @
>Date: Sat, 12 Jul 1997 13:02:47 -0700 (PDT)
>Software makers do this all the time. . . so it can't be as unenforceable as
Intellectual property is different; a list of subscribers doesn't qualify.
>So what you do is, set the list for owner-approved (or manual) subscriptions,
>then when someone tries to subscribe, send them the list rules/contract, and a
>note to read it. Then if they still want to subscribe, sub them.
And, you collect damages how exactly?
>In the case of commercial advertisements, you could conceivably prove that
>they made money by breaking a contract...which doesn't look good in court. :)
Regardless, you aren't entitled to this money.