Taiwan’s Legislators Asking for Tough Provisions in Anti-spam Bill
On April 6, 2009, the National Communications Commission (NCC, Taiwan) was
Wu Kuan-chao, Judge, Ministry of Justice Civil Department, says that if the
According to the bill, the victim of spam would get compensation from NT$500
Moreover, Wu claims that the bill goes only after the Internet portal service
Further, legislators add that the bill claims that the victims are required
Legislators are also anxious that the bill will not be able to persuade
The legislators also recommend that the government should not allow people
Moreover, Yeh Yi-ching, Legislator, Democratic Progressive Party, says that
Presently, similar rules and regulations on spam circulation are used in the
» SPAMfighter News - 15-04-2009
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