Spamhaus, CAUCE reject premium spam plan
Richard Cox, chief information officer of anti spam organization Spamhaus, said that an email charge will destroy the spirit of the Internet. "The Internet has become what it is because of freedom of communication. Open discussion is what gives it value. There should be no cost for particular services, and e-mail should be free and accessible to all," said Cox.
America Online and Yahoo are about to give special treatment to messages from companies that pay up to one cent each to guarantee delivery. On AOL they will not have to pass filters that could divert them to a spam e-mail folder. Spam Daily News | Spamhaus, CAUCE reject 'premium spam' plan
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