truckers tired of junk e-mails may have reason to rejoice.
Sen. Bob Duncan, R-Lubbock, has sponsored legislation that would
require unsolicited e-mails, or “spam,” to be properly labeled in
the subject line to indicate its contents. Also, the e-mails cannot
have false or deceptive information in the subject line.
we’re trying to do is give consumers an opportunity to reject e-mails
they don’t want, particularly those that contain pornographic material,”
Duncan told Austin’s News 8 television.
bill would create a civil and criminal penalty against spam. Violators
could potentially be fined $10 for each unsolicited message.