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Please pay a lot of attention. In May 1997 Italian parliament passed a privacy law that makes it illegal to collect or trade information about individuals or companies without their prior written approval; this well includes addresses, telephone numbers AND e-mail addresses.
Similair laws exist also in the U.S.A.: "By US Code Title 47, Sec.227(a)(2)(B), a computer/modem/printer meets the definition of a telephone fax machine. By Sec.227(b)(1)(C), it is unlawful to send any unsolicited advertisement to such equipment. By Sec.227(b)(3)(C), a violation of the aforementioned Section is punishable by action to recover actual monetary loss, or $500, whichever is greater, for each violation."
Since I am a USA national, I appeal also to these laws. I DO NOT GIVE YOU MY CONSENT. YOU MUST DELETE ANY REFERENCE TO ME, IMMEDIATELY. Regards, A. Mennucci