my limited site sees nothing but good coming from this... if only there were a way to outlaw forwards that "promise you'll see an optical illusion on your monitor if you send this to 8 or more people." haha.
i was thinking about that while reading the article. but, who would have the nerve to send a porn ad through snail mail? i've never gotten any. Sounds like they're hitting up on Porn and False credit ads pretty hard. Those are the two most annoying ones, IMO.
Next time you get a unwanted marketing letter through your door with a free post return envelope, stick a brick in it, or somthing else heavy. Note: you may have to use sticky tape to hold it in.<BR><BR>That way they have to pay extra postage when they get it back.<BR><BR>Matt
...to be honest normal spam doesn't really bother me much anymore. Its kind of just 'there' so you ignore it and delete it. But porn spam is just dangerous cos the spammers don't give a **** who gets it.<BR><BR>Matt
Porn has a legitimate sale no different than 10-10, free diplomas, credit check, etc. As long as the recipient is over 18 <which they have no way of checking><BR><BR>I dunno... I'm not too thrilled anytime I hear them attempting to pass new laws. Unless it is against web sites who play background music. Or pop-up windows. Or flashing banners.