Putting Spam Back in the Can

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Earlier this year, the Australian division of the Coalition Against Unsolicited Bulk Email (CAUBE) revealed that the volume of spam in 2001 increased six-fold over that for 2000.

It also showed that record levels were seen over the Christmas 2001/January 2002 period, and the first 10 days of January 2002 witnessed a spam volume of almost 30 percent of the total for all of 2000. Undoubtedly, spam is frustrating a huge number of Internet users, from webmasters (who are ...

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