For a long time I refused to sell stickers with the text 'No Junk Mail'. I've now decided to give them a try.
Diary of a junk mail campaigner
The Stop Junk Mail has been added to the British Library's websites graveyard.
The Direct Marketing Association has killed off its junk mail propaganda webshite.
A councillor in Palmerston, New Zealand, would like to fine junk mailers who ignore 'No Junk Mail' signs. It seems like a sensible idea to me.
A marketing guru has claimed that unaddressed junk mail has a response rate of 7%. Time for a bit more junk busting…
Just in case you weren't aware – unsolicited phone books are a waste.
The Offence of Leaving Litter only applies to leaving litter on
public open spaces, which leaves us in the hands of the junk mail industry.
Virgin Media seems to have started another junk mail bombardment – and there's no way you can force them to leave you alone.
A trial in Belgium has learned that hardly anyone will order a copy of the Yellow Pages when the directory isn't delivered door-to-door. Perhaps we could do a similar trial in the UK?
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles wants local councils to
spend less time and money on weekly town hall Pravdas that and up in the bin. Hear, hear!