|Received:||3/20/2004 8:36:04 PM|
|Commenter:||Thomas Van Deman|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
Spammers are invading our private lives which is protected by our constitution. No one should have the right to contact me with something to buy unless I have specifically specified that they can do so. My computer is my private line and belongs to me for use to my own personal communication. I cannot with moral integrity seek out my friends and relatives to get them to buy something that i have to sell. That is immoral and invades their privacy. NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO COME INTO MY HOUSE WITHOUT MY INVITATION AND THEY DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO INVADE MY PRIVATE LIFE WITH THEIR TRYING TO GET ME TO BUY THEIR PRODUCT. We place no solicitation signs on our doors and we sould be able to place the same on our computers.