Monday, February 26, 2007

Spam reading and SIS2

Next week, we'll look at the Schengen Information System 2 - read the article that will be provided by Hayley.

On spam, see OECD presentation at the ASEMEC workshop, the ITU workshop, and resources page, and Richard Clayton's website.

Also the spam conviction site at The Register.

Korea has a new anti-spam law: amended Information Network and Privacy Protection Act (“INPPA”) of Korea. INPPA sets out the minimum procedural requirements for lawful online transmissions in Korea whereby transmissions of advertised materials against recipients’ refusal to accept are strictly prohibited. Although these rules are applicable to unsolicited commercial e-mails via the internet, they were intended to apply to all modes of telecommunication such as cellular phones, facsimiles, etc.


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