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February 9, 2006

E-annoy Law Challenged

TheAnonymousEmail.com web site is suing the government over the e-annoy law that was signed last month by President Bush.  The law basically states that when you annoy someone on the Internet, you have to disclose you identity.  The site lets people send anonymous messages for a $19.95 subscription fee.

The story is at CNET.

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