Mergers might mean chaos for anti-spam firms

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Two multi-billion dollar ISP mergers have sparked concern in the anti-spam community. SBC inked a $16 billion takeover of AT&T last month and Verizon has finalized a deal to buy out MCI for $6.7bn.

"Broadly speaking, any merger creates chaos, and the spam situation might well get worse in the preliminary period," said Scott Hazen Mueller, chairman of the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (Cause). Steve Linford, chairman of anti-spam organisation Spamhaus, said: "Verizon has ...

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