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International council created to fight spam

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San Francisco—The Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy announced the creation of the International Council for Internet Communications. The council is dedicated to developing standards to combat spam on a global basis.

Charter members are: Lindsay Barton of the Australian National Office for the Information Economy; Derek White, a member of Britain’s Parliament; Furio Ercolessi of Spin.it, an Italian ISP; Jean Christophe Le Toquin of Microsoft Corp.’s Europe-Middle East-Africa office; Suresh Ramasubramanian of Outblaze, an India ISP; Christopher Neumeyer, attorney and government advisor to Taiwan; Canadian attorney and law professor Michael Geist; and Anne P. Mitchell, ISIPP president.

—Carol Krol

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