Spam Law Enforcement Database created

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San Francisco--The Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy announced the creation of the Spam Law Enforcement Database.

The database contains contact information for companies and organizations involved in spam law enforcement, such as the Federal Trade Commission, state attorney generals’ offices, and legal and security staff members at Internet service providers.

ISIPP said access to the database will be limited to that community. Anne P. Mitchell, ISIPP president-CEO, said it is critical that individuals involved in enforcement be able to contact each other in a timely manner and that the database will enable them to do so.

--Carol Krol

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