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spam

Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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Oddly, about 200 individuals are responsible for 90 percent of the spam sent throughout the world, as detailed at Web sites such as Spamhaus.
This is an approach that many small businesses and home users take for fighting spam and viruses.
My concern is that this bill may affect those who send mass e-mails, not spam, to legitimate subscribers,'' said Richard Reed, owner and founder of a Las Vegas-based online marketing company.
One of the key objections to banning spam is that it amounts to censorship: No one, the argument goes, should have the right to interfere with a person's private e-mail or decide who can or cannot send e-mail or what it may contain.
With the third generation of image spam defense, Barracuda Networks has incorporated a new multi-pass OCR engine.
Because the goal of all spam is essentially the same--selling or promoting a product or service--a great deal of spam content shares common characteristics.
In September 2001, the 16,500-square-foot SPAM Museum opened in Austin, Minn.
One element of Source Authentication is that the senders of e-mail are asked to reply to the recipients by simply clicking on "reply" and then "send" Question: Is responding to reply inquiries as much of a problem as spam itself?
While past award-winning recipes have included Spam ice cream, Spam truffles and Spam pie, few have compared to Hagman's appetizerlike creation with gourmet appeal, said Amy Stoller, Spam contest coordinator.