Supreme Court won't overrule lower court in do not call registry case

The US Supreme Court, without comment, let stand the appellate court’s ruling that the Do Not Call registry was a valid law, despite claims by the marketing lobby that it was an unconstitutional restriction on speech.  (Compare also to the Do Not Email list, meant to curb spam, that has never gotten traction out of the US FTC or Congress.)

Also, unrelated: Eilene Zimmerman of the New York Times wrote on job searching and blogging.

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