Junk faxes are annoying and wasteful, but are the helpless, involuntary recipients certifiable as a class?
That’s the issue before a Hudson County judge in a putative class-action suit filed by the author of a popular Internet guidebook in behalf of himself and all other people similarly affronted.
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