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PerryLorier: It is not the content of the emails which is a problem, it is the number of them that cause the issue. Waking up and finding another 50 emails that are irrelevant to me if they are commercial in nature or not is my problem.
MatthewBrowne: No exceptions. Like Perry says, the content of the messages does not matter.
!! 8. Should the legislation extend to coverage of acts done overseas? If so, what acts should be covered?
zcat(1); 'follow the money' - If the the spam benefits a New Zealand 'entity', it should make no difference that they hired some kid in Romania to send their mail via hacked Chinese servers. The same applies if a New Zealander organises the spamming on behalf of an overseas client. And I personally feel that it should also apply if a New Zealander, through lack of appropriate care and computer maintenence, allows their computer to become a 'spam relay' for someone else..
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MatthewBrowne: I don't think you guys have read the question. I most definitely disagree that any software should be illegal to use. DeCSS anyone?
PerryLorier: I'm against address lists, I'm not against address list software. It's the action which makes it illegal.
!! 18. Who should be able to bring an action against an alleged spammer?
MatthiasDallmeier: Anyone who is actually affected by their action.