Like the fight against smoking and drugs, resistance to spam can never wipe it out
Checked your e-mail box recently?
If it is anything like mine, before you get to that party invitation, the message from your mom, or even the possible job offer, you will have to click through a large pile of rubbish that has slipped through your computer's software and the local broadband network.
Stock offers, lottery wins, offers of partnerships from deposed Nigerian dictators, requests for information from banks you don't have an account with, and dozens of marriage proposals from girls called Lenka. That's right, we are talking about spam, unsolicited bulk e-mail advertisements.
» Business Report - 17-12-2006