‘Smart stamps’ next in war on terrorism

“Sending an anonymous love letter or an angry note to your congressman? The U.S. Postal Service will soon know who you are.

Beginning with bulk or commercial mail, the Postal Service will require ‘enhanced sender identification’ for all discount-rate mailings, according to the notice published in the Oct. 21 Federal Register. The purpose of identifying senders is to provide a more efficient tracking system, but more importantly, to ‘facilitate investigations into the origin of suspicious mail.’ ” —The Washington Times