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May 23, 2005


Hi Half Sigma
I agree that spam could be a real problem. It is a classic example of a negative externality. My email does a pretty good job of filtering out spam, but some does get through.

Taxing spam would be great because the little spam that gets through would be better quality spam that might be something you would like. But I think it would be difficult to implement a tax plan in practice.

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