Democrats Lash-Out Over Right Wing Spam Scam

Federal Democrat spokesperson for IT, Senator Brian Greig, has accused the federal government of using its proposed anti-spam legislation to favour groups with conservative agendas, allowing religious and political organisations to flood e-mail in-boxes with spam and deny other groups the right to respond

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  1. The Pagan Prattle Online

    6 November 2003 at 7.59 pm

    Right to spam, for the right only

    Australia: Fundies would be allowed to swamp Australian inboxes with hate speech under proposed anti-spam legislation, according to Senator Brian Greig. Greig decried the proviso as farcical and said it was outrageous that fundamentalist churches were

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