European spam demands lack bite

Tuesday, 12 December 2006, 2:21 PM EST

European Commission statements can be open to charges of bureaucratic obfuscation, even for the most supportive commentators.

Last week's communication on spam is no exception: 12 pages of broad assertions about the need for such nebulous things as 'co-ordination and integration at a national level' and 'subscription to international co-operation procedures'.

At vnunet.

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