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Guess again on e-mail tariffs

In response to the Perspectives column written by Charles Cooper, "Paying for e-mail":

If we accept that the vast majority of spammers operate outside the law and will not adhere to existing and proposed spam legislation, and that they have the means and ability to circumvent the best technological antispam measures that we can develop, how can we possibly hope to design and implement a working e-mail tariff infrastructure that can't be bypassed, hacked or otherwise compromised by the spammers?

Michael Schwarz
Coleraine, Northern Ireland