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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) have launched a system to fight spam

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) have launched a system to fight spam, the most offensive four-letter word in cyberspace. The system, SpamMATTERS, will help ACMA to track down spammers by providing a simple, one click method for the public to make reports about these malicious messages. Unsolicited mail is forwarded to a database and deleted from the user’s computer at the click of a button. SpamMATTERS is a customer friendly spam reporting button that enables users to report and delete spam email simultaneously in a single click. The button is currently available as a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express. Telstra has also made a version of SpamMATTERS button available to its Telstra.com and BigPond WebMail customers. ACMA also plans to contact other Australian Internet Service Providers to seek their assistance in promoting SpamMATTERS among email users. Email security company MX Logic estimated that 67 per cent of all email sent worldwide last year was accounted as s...

» ACMA - 01-06-2006

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