A tough new anti-spam law is on the books in California. In Oklahoma, a judge puts the Federal Trade Commission's "Do-Not Call" list on hold. The government is trying to protect us from intrusive marketing, but do they have the technology and the authority to do it? Host Neal Conan and guests examine unsolicited marketing.
*Executive Director of American Teleservices Association
*Wired News Reporter
*New York Times Magazine Reporter
*Wrote "Confessions of a Spam King Article"
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