FCC to Publish List of Wireless Domains to Which You May Not Send Commercial E-mail

Here’s a great idea! Let’s make a law that says you can’t send
commercial e-mail to domains that have wireless messaging devices on
the other end. So you can’t send commercial e-mail to the address
of a cellphone or pager or the like. So far, so good – great law – and
in fact it goes into effect on October 18th as one of the mandates of
CAN-SPAM.

Now, to make sure that nobody accidentally sends commercial e-mail to a
wireless device, along with all the commercial e-mail to “land e-mail
addresses” which they send, let’s publish a list of all of the
domains [...]

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