Email stamps could nix spam

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A San Francisco-based think-tank believes the way to solve spam overload is to start charging to send email.

Just as one pays for a stamp to send snail mail through the post, Pacific Research Insititute (PRI) contends that the same should be done with spam. The outcome of such a plan? Problems of reduced productivity, depleted bandwidth and spam carrying malware could be eliminated. In "Canning Spam: ...

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