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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Sep 14, 2006 Spam canned: FTC busts four operations: Sleazy pitches ran afoul of CAN-SPAM rules
QUOTE: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has shut down four illegal e-mail spamming operations, including one that offered the opportunity to "date lonely wives," the agency said Thursday.
Computerworld Jun 03, 2003 Futuremark says Nvidia didn't cheat, but broke rules
QUOTE: Futuremark has changed its description, but not its opinion, of Nvidia's decision to use application-specific optimizations in its drivers that detected the presence of specific 3DMark03 tests and altered the performance of its graphics chip to achieve a higher benchmark result.
InfoWorld Sep 13, 2001 Beware of Online Scams for Disaster-Relief Funds: Spam-busters Urge Online Donors to Check Out Charities to Ensure Contributions Are Properly Routed.
QUOTE: ...checklist to help you ensure that your hard-earned contribution is securely and accurately transmitted online.
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