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House Bill 1963

House Bill 1963

ARCHIVE (2003)

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Unsolicited electronic mail. Requires the attorney general to establish a list of electronic mail addresses of persons who request not to receive commercial or charitable solicitations by electronic mail. Provides that a person may not send a commercial or charitable solicitation by electronic mail to an electronic mail address on the list. Authorizes the attorney general to seek civil remedies for violations. Provides immunity to an interactive computer service from actions for blocking electronic mail that violates the statute. Changes the name of the telephone solicitation fund.
Current Status:
In Committee - first House
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