CT. RULES FALSE CLAIMS IN EMAIL BODY FALLS OUTSIDE CAN-SPAM
BNA's Electronic Commerce & Law Report reports that a
federal court in Idaho has ruled that the CAN-SPAM Act does
not supply a cause of action for false information included
in the body of an allegedly unsolicited e-mail message. The
court concluded that the anti-spam law only covers false
information in email headers, not the text of the email.
Case name is Internet Access Service Providers LLC v. Real
Networks Inc. Article at
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Hector Santos, Santronics Software, Inc.