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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: New List Policy on Advertising
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 1995 11:02:34 -0600
In order to prevent C&S unrelated spamming, I am instituting the
following policy regarding advertising on each of the four mailing list.

FAQ People, please add this to the appropriate sections.



This policy is intended to fight mailing-list "spamming".

The Shadowrun mailing lists accept commercial advertising for payment. We
offer a fee waiver if you can show us the cancelled check for a $1000
(U.S.) or more donation to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. One
donation per advertisement, please. If you don't wish to donate, simply
post your advertisement to the list, and the operator of the mailing lists
will bill $1999 (U.S). The list operator will donate this amount, minus
the expense of collecting it, to EFF. Please note that the lists are
distributed automaticaly - messages are generally not read or checked in
any way before they are distributed.

By the act of posting your advertisement you agree to accept
responsibility for the fee, you agree to indemnify the mailing-list
operator against any legal claims from you or others in connection with
your advertisement, and you agree to pay any legal and business
expenses incurred in collecting late payment. Our liability to you is
limited to a good-faith effort to deliver your message.

Reduced rates and/or waiver of fee are available for Shadowrun-related and
selected other topics of advertisements. You must consult the mailing-list
operator in advance of posting for any reduction or fee waiver.

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