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Ukraine Outlaws Spam

Date: August 19, 2005

Ukrainian government has brought in new regulations on telecomunnication services. The rules forbid ordering and sending spam, the Rosbalt news agency reported Wednesday.

Spam is determined in the document as electronic messages not ordered preliminarily by receivers that are sent for numerous addresses or have no reliable information on the sender or if a receiver cannot stop the sending via informing the sender.

The new rules forbid using network identifiers of other people, falsifying them, using non-existing identifiers, prevent other’s access to the Internet or a provider’s work. The rules also forbid taking part in the activities that can lead to stopping or violating the work of any Internet segment.
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