OT:Has a spam law been passed?

From: Hell.Surfers@cwctv.net
Date: Mon Nov 11 2002 - 17:05:03 EST

This spam talks about a anti spam law passed by the US, is it true...?

Regards, Dean.

On Mon, 11 Nov 2002 17:02:54 +0000 "chubarovandrey" <chol@prodigy.com> wrote:

attached mail follows:

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HTTP: www.e-mailpromo.net
E-mail: info@e-mailpromo.net

We received your address from a public area.
We apologize if this letter has reached you by mistake.
We'll not disturb you any more.

NB. This message is sent in compliance with the new e-mail bill section
301. Under Bill S. 1618 TITLE III passed by the 105th US Congress.
This message can not be considered as Spam as long as we include the way
to be Removed, Paragraph (a)(c) of S. 1618.

info@e-mailpromo.net with Subject "Remove".

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