With regard to rulings on First Amendment Rights , please see the following:
Chief Justice Berger, U.S. Supreme Court
"Nothing in the Constitution compels us to listen to or view any unwanted communication, whatever its merit. We categorically reject the argument that a vendor has a right under the Constitution or otherwise to send unwanted material into the home of another. If this prohibition operates to impede the flow of even valid ideas, the answer is that no one has a right to press even 'good' ideas on an unwilling recipient. The asserted right of a mailer, we repeat, stops at the outer boundary of every person's domain."
#1. "Quote From another Federal Judge" In response to Reply # 0
US Federal Judge Stanley Sporkin:
"<Spammers> have come to court not because their freedom of speech is threatened but because their profits are; to dress up their complaints in First Amendment garb demeans the principles for which the First Amendment stands."