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January 31, 2012

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Is the 2003 can spam act still valid as United States law? If so, how does the can spam act were different from prior versions of the spam law?

Unsolicited e-mails or spam can be a big problem for individuals but is often a much bigger problem for companies who have to devote time money and resources in order to filter the spam. The question is spam illegal depends on a variety of different factors related to the unwanted or unsolicited e-mail. Contact a spam attorney if you want to better understand your rights and options as a recipient of illegal spam.

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