See DrSkwid's fine comment. Refreshing!
EU officials are pressing for faster enforcement of new rules against unsolicited emails than previously planned.
EU Enterprise and Information Society Commissioner Erkki Liikanen said the new EU rules were a priority and should be adopted into national law books by next week ahead of the October 31 effective date previously planned.
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It seems something good can come out of the EU after all...
BBC Online reports: "From October, a European Union directive will make unsolicited e-mails illegal across member states."
Apparently something good can come out of the EU.
Oh, so I just received a spam from Viktoria R.B. in Lusaka of Zambia, asking me if "any ladies of my household" would like to visit her newly opened Nail Studio.
Viktoria, repeat after me: SPAM IS BAD!
Some morons from China Panorama Business Travel, Ltd. decided to spam the address I am using for this forum. In return I'll publish their contact email address here and hope that other spammers will harvest the address and mailbomb them.
Btw., Denmark banned spam in July 2000, more than two years ago.
"In the face of entropy and nothingness, you kind of have to pretend it's not there if you want to keep writing good code." -- Karl Lehenbauer