|Received:||3/20/2004 7:34:12 PM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
What I want: 1. no unsolicited emails directed to me by any commercial outfit, ever. No ifs, ands, or buts, and this form seems to discuss exceptions and hedging on the idea. 2. I care less about "rewards" than I do about ending unsolicited advertising directed to my computer. 3. Draconian, with criminal penalties and fines. I want it ended. I don't get a thing out of this commercial activity, and I would be free of it, all of it, forever, please. 4. Don't let them send it, regardless of the subject line. All this legalese is wiggleroom for getting around the object of the act, to END SPAM. The questionaire above is incomprehensible to anyone but an attorney. Any no-call rules must be extended forever. I should be able to opt-out of getting SPAM today, tomorrow, a year from now. Any time limit requirement is contrary to the object of the whole thing. Really. I'll let you have the last 3,000 characters, but know I am not a happy computer user. Screw advertisers.