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Your phone is safe again. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the national do not call registry last week. You can read the opinion here, and the New York Times article, too.

But, you're mailbox is in trouble. The Court of Appeals told the telemarketers that they could still contact us by "direct mail or other means of advertising." (page 8 of the opinion above)

In my mind, it's just as much of an affront to get junk mail as it is to get "junk" telephone calls. I can't wait. I'll open up my mailbox and a flood of junk will flow out. I have a hard enough time finding the bills I'm supposed to pay as it is.

But, if you'd like to do something about junk mail, check out these sites: Do it yourself: stop junk mail, How to get rid of junk mail, and How did they get my address?

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