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Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 16 June 2004 00:00
Apparently, the FTC has decided that the 'Do not e-mail' list would be worthless

"Any 'do not e-mail' registry would be 'ineffective and burdensome to consumers,' FTC Chairman Tim Muris told reporters at a press conference. 'Consumers will be spammed if we do a registry and spammed if we do not.'"

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Looks like AMD plans to release a dual-core processor for desktops sometime late next year. AMD of course vehemently denies that Intel's plans to bring a dual core chip out in 2005 had anything to do with their own change in plans.

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