Political Spam, The New Menace
The US Federal Election Commission approved the exemption of e-mail for political campaigning
The change in election rules now allow affluent people to put more and more money into Internet
There could be a flood of funds from the likes of trade associations, companies, political action
As Jim Jordan from Thunder Road Group, a political consultancy points out, "I can't imagine this
Critics feel that the act of flooding voter's inboxes with such unsolicited electronic messages
The election two years ago was the first time that a national list of registered voters was
Voter Contact Services, which compiles lists of registered users and matches them with e-mail
SonicWall Inc. estimates that more than 1.25 billion political e-mails were sent to registered
Related article: Political Campaigning in San Diego Using Spam Technique
» SPAMfighter News - 6/12/2006
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