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Offence under US code Title 47, Sec 227(b) (1) (C)

I have recently received UNSOLICITED and UNWANTED junk e-mail from an
individual who appears to be using your site.  A copy of that mail is
attached herewith.  Junk Mail is now regarded as the same as unwanted
and unsolicited junk faxes and telemarketing calls - all of which are
now ILLEGAL under US federal law:

     By US Code Title 47, Sec.227(a)(2)(B), a computer/modem/printer
     meets the definition of a telephone fax machine. By Sec.227(b)
     (1)(C), it is unlawful to send any unsolicited advertisement to
     such equipment, punishable by action to recover actual monetary
     loss, or $500, whichever is greater, for EACH violation.

Please ensure this is stopped NOW.  You have been put on notice.  If you

confirm to me promptly that effective action has been taken against
persons responsible, I will not take the matter further on this

If you do not provide me with such confirmation in a timely manner, or
ANY further UNSOLICITED or UNWANTED junk mail should be received from
site, I will instruct my attorney to issue a writ WITHOUT FURTHER
and the matter will then be pursued under federal law.  I will
notify your upstream providers as they may also be liable for violations

originating from your site.

 --- Copy of offending material follows ---
> ubject:              CGI Mapping
>  Resent-Date:              Tue, 14 Jul 1998 19:55:38 -0400 (EDT)
>  Resent-From:              pi3-users@johnroy.com
>         Date:              Tue, 14 Jul 1998 17:54:19 -0700
>         From:              "Nathan R Heagy" <nheagy@cintek.com>
>           To:              "pi3 users" <pi3-users@johnroy.com>
> I have been using pi3 for quite a while and have really, really
enjoyed it.
> Of all the servers I have used, it is my favorite. However, I use it
> testing CGI applications before I upload them to my Apache-running web

> server. Unfortunately, my current, large, application needs to be able
> run PERL scripts and HTML in the same directory, like Apache can, so I
> forced to search for a new solution, which means a new web server.
> John? Is there any way to have both CGI and HTML served up in one
> Frankly, whatever the mapping, both need to know extensions to do
> right, so I don't know why I can't just have .cgi be scripts, but I
> Thanks for any help.
> Nathan R Heagy
> -- -- --
> Sites Built Better
> http://heagy.com


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