A congressional committee has yanked the teeth out of The Unsolicited Commercial Electronic Mail Act of 2001, a bill designed to curb spam, leaving it with few consumer protection provisions. Instead of allowing consumers and ISPs sue spammers and apply fines, it only requires that spammers use a legitimate return e-mail address — easy to see the big money pushing those changes through

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