Hong Kong drafts first anti-spam law

Friday, 7 July 2006, 4:50 PM EST

Hong Kong is readying its first anti-spam laws, promising fines and long prison terms for serious offenders.

The Chinese territory currently has no laws specifically outlawing junk email, and recent surveys looking at the sources of spam have included Hong Kong and China among the worst in the world.

At vnunet.

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