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Vote YES or NO to SPAM!
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The hottest issue on the Internet today is unsolicited email, also referred
to as SPAM.
Some people believe that stopping SPAM would be an infringement on one's
right to free speech, as well as freedom of the press. The guarantee of
these rights outweighs the elimination of SPAM they receive in their email.
People on the other side of the issue say that unsolicited email is an
invasion of privacy and a nuisance. They also believe that SPAM should be
illegal, as technically, they are paying the cost to receive it (via hourly
ISP charges and increasing monthly charges) every time they log into their
Which side are you on?
Most of you are aware of the battle in the US Courts involving the legality
of this issue. It is our intention for this survey to have an impact on the
outcome of those decisions. The results of this survey will be published in
national publications, submitted to the major commercial servers like AOL and
CompuServe, submitted to television media for broadcasting, and submitted
directly to legislators in Washington, DC.
By taking part in this national survey, you will be helping to decide what
outcome the law will have on this issue and help to offset the cost of
publishing these results. Let your opinion be known!
To participate, call:
1-900-737-0034 to vote "Yes" to SPAM, and
1-900-737-0035 to vote "No" to SPAM.
You will be charged $1.99 for your call (which will help offset the cost of
publishing the results) and you must be at least 18 years old to participate.
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Survey brought to you by the Internet Polling Committee, Miami, Florida