Other spam laws
California's New Anti-Spam Laws
Wilson Sonsini discusses new California UCE/e-mail spam laws
Contains pointers to spam laws (mostly e-mail)
Lathrop & Gage Law Offices DNC 101 - The Basics of Do-Not-Call Lists
discusses whether state law pre-empts federal law
Does the First Amendment apply to spam
Talks about UBE and the first amendment.
Join the Fight Against Spam
Calif spam laws and class actions
California Spam Laws
From Pacific Bell
Spam Laws California
Listing of the laws
Shows laws over all states and federal laws
Just the Fax, Ma'am:
Examines TCPA's impact on junk e-mail
Pre-recorded Telephone Calls; Unsolicited Fax Advertisements
BBB site says you can sue in california for unsolicited faxes.
California Cans Spam
Violators face a maximum fine of US$50 per message, up to $25,000 per day. The bill additionally prohibits the unauthorized use of domain names in email, a crime that carries a maximum penalty of $5,000 and a year in prison.
The other spam law -- AB 1676, introduced by Assemblywoman Debra Bowen (R-Torrance) -- would require junk emailers to identify their messages with the preface "ADV," or "ADV:ADLT" if it solicits adult services, in the subject line of the spam. It also requires senders to provide a valid toll-free number or email address.
Anti-Spam Law Upheld
In Washington state
Talks about the issues of spam.