A U.S. House of Representatives committee has approved a bill that would impose severe restrictions on spam.
If passed by the full Congress, the Unsolicited Electronic Email Act would force marketers sending junk email to include a valid reply address, stop spamming on request, and require that spam be labeled as spam.
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Meanwhile, a bill that would let consumers use electronic signatures on legal documents won near unanimous approval in the House.
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