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New State Email Laws, Effective 7/1/05Views: 214
Jul 08, 2005 3:38 am re: New State Email Laws, Effective 7/1/05

lisa micklin
What I meant is the possibility that the ESPs will begin to put systems in place to check the publishers' databases against the state registries and remove any addresses that are listed with the registries.

For instance, you use EZezine as your ESP. We are tossing around the idea of writing into the EZezine software a program that will check all of our users' subscriber lists against state " do not email" registries every 30 days and removing any addresses (in your database) that are listed. This way you won't have to deal with it.

Honestly though, as an ESP, I'm leaning towards letting the hubub/buzz of these new laws die down a bit and see what's left after the storm has cleared before making any major programming decisions.

I'm curious, as someone who doesn't live in either state, how the states are promoting this new law. In other words, how are the "subscribers" who reside in these states finding out about the new legislations? Are there PSAs being run during prime time TV? Any MI or UT residents in this network who can give us their perspective on what their local ISPs and TV/Radio stations are saying about the situation, if anything is being said at all?

Hope this clarifies,

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