|Received:||3/25/2004 5:16:37 PM|
|Organization:||Incline Village Board of Realtors|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
We all can easily get a spam prevention program which "learns" which items we think of as spam and deletes them accordingly. I both send and receive emails in the course of business which are of a commercial nature. That's how I do business in the age of technology. If I interpret the issue correctly, when will we start restraining commercial fee mail through the Postal service? As it is now, I simply throw away that which is of no interest to me and keep that which is. Isn't that my choice and not some issue for a government agency to regulate? I understand and support the "do-not-call" list. But spam is something else and easily managed. Let us not move any closer to government-exercised issues management. Thank you.