Letter: Magill's Hysterical Prose Does Little Damage

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Ken Magill's hysterical prose might be worrisome if it were ever to see the light of day. However, since the only people who see it are others in the Direct Marketing Association who support spam already, there's little damage done.


Keep preaching to the choir ... but you better get louder ... the public is demanding more protection from the spam abuse you and your organization continue to try to legitimize.


John Brewer,


brewerj@squared.com,


DM News is not affiliated with the DMA.


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