State Anti-spamming Law Is Upheld

In Feguson v. Friendfinders, Inc., et al, the court determined that California statute that banned spam was constitutional and did not violate the Commerce Clause. This case resolved the issue of whether a statute anti-spam law could be held unconstitutional and violating the Commerce Clause.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is SPAM?
What is the statute in question?
What is the Commerce Clause?
What are the facts involved and the parties?
What is the history of this case?


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