The changing face of spam

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The changing face of spam

Junk email clogging up your inbox used to be annoying, but as René Millman reports, it’s moved beyond that and become a lot more sinister

For some people, the answer to the global spam problem lies in a simple, although rather radical, solution – just slice through some cables in Florida. "If we were to cut Boca Raton off from the internet, spam would go down by 50 per cent," argues Steve Linford, chief executive of Spamhaus, ...

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