Consequences of Anti-SPAM Laws
Tim May has a letter today on Declan McCullagh's Politech list on unintended consequences of "anti-spam" laws. More important than these pragmatic considersations, I'm unwilling to have the courts get into the issue of what might be "protected" speech, vs. "unprotected" speech. May talks around this point without actually making it. [I wish I had included this First Amendment point in yesterday's post "Unclogging the Information Artery."]
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