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SpamLaws.com is dedicated to providing accurate and up-to-date information on issues affecting Internet security. Our team of writers, programmers and designers are committed to ensuring our work is of the highest quality possible.

The "Spam Laws" section of SpamLaws.com was created by David E. Sorkin, a Law Professor at the Center for Information Technology and Privacy Law, at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois.

Professor Sorkin has written and lectured extensively about issues surrounding Internet policy, privacy and consumer protection. In 1997, he was invited by the Federal Trade Commission to participate in a workshop designed to address the increasingly troublesome problem of unsolicited email, or spam, and has since become an authority on the subject.

For more information on Professor Sorkin, visit his website, www.sork.com/.

 

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