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Again, sites that want your e-mail are building their own mail list (not a bad thing, if you like the site) or are building a list to sell to other third parties.
For more information on the Do Not Mail list for consumers, visit the Direct Marketing Association's DMA Choice program.
They use the DMA's do not mail list and CASS certification.