Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Why e-mail is worth the paper it's written on...

Washington Post inquiry casts further doubt on email lobbying campaigns.

The Post reports most members of Congress and their staff and staff of regulatory agencies doubt the validity of emails. They think many aren't real and those that are are meaningless because the senders aren't aware what they are doing. Checking with people whose names were on emails sent to the FCC, "all but one said they had not agreed to send any e-mails at all."


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