YES, inform your friends, colleagues and family about BeoNET and freely send them an e-mail.
NO, don’t send e-mails with the information above to the friends and acquaintances whose e-mails you dug up somewhere and you’ve not contacted them in years.
NO, don’t collect random email addresses and send them unwanted messages.
YES, feel free to use mailing lists and mailing systems which are based on so called "Opt-in" system. Opt-in means that all of the members of the mailing list have agreed to be on the mailing list and that they will receive messages from you. Nevertheless, be careful when choosing the lists.
NO, don’t use mailing systems which claim that they are "Opt-in" but they can’t prove it.
YES, feel free to register to receive notifications from the web site which you are familiar with and for which you can be sure that it won’t give your personal data to third parties. Be prepared that every couple of days (or more frequently, depends of the nature of site) you receive messages from them.
NO, don’t leave your e-mail address on sites which offer you to increase the speed of your Internet connection, free or cheap drugs, pornography, pirate content and other questionable services. You can be sure to end up on dozens of spammer mailing lists. Basically, you should avoid these kinds of sites because there is a great possibility to infect your computer with viruses, spyware and malware. In the case you really need to visit these kinds of sites, arm yourself with the antivirus programs. Such as Trend Micro’s Internet Security.