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    Ban On Spam?

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    Ban on Spam? Since the early days of the Internet with it’s slow connections, to today’s high tech version that plays a major function in everyday business, most advancements have been positive ones. Unfortunately one advancement that has not is Junk E-mail. These junk e-mails, (also known as “Spam”) can be described as useless messages are plaguing our Internet Service Providers (ISP) mail systems. The result of this is slower connections, a loss of time and of money. Therefore, in this work we

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    Ban Spam

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    Ban Spam It is a new day at the office, and workers are getting online to check their electronic mail, only to find that it has been over run by unsolicited junk mail. This mail, more commonly referred to as spam has been around since the beginning of the Internet, and according to a recent article, as the Internet has grown, so has spam (”Spam Spam” E.L.) A recent study by Star Internet, based on the typical number of staff spending ten minutes a day checking their mail, indicates that spam costs

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    SPAM Email

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    AND e-MAIL Anyone who "SPAMS" as a marketing technique should be forced to sit at a computer and experience the utter agony that is receiving SPAM email. In the past week I have received over 105 emails to my AOL account. Out of the 105 emails, only one was a "real" email from an actual person, the rest: SPAM! This problem must be happening to others, so why hasn't something been done to outlaw this annoying junk email? Who is the evil mastermind behind this so-called "SPAM"? Who is it, so I can

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    Spam: Junk Email

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    Spam: Junk Email The fictional story “The Case of the Spam Stalker” was based on my research and interest in the topic of junk email or spam. I was able to think of this topic because of the unbelievable amount of junk email that I was receiving at my America Online email account. In fact, I received so much junk mail that I decided to switch to another account with Lycos. Because I was having so much of a problem with unwanted mail, I figured that there were many more people with this problem

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    Spam Messages on the Internet

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    bulk mail from Spam account for half of the email traffic on the Net (Webb, 2004 p.2). Spam is, according to the dictionary at gurunet.com (2003), "Unsolicited e-mail, often of a commercial nature, sent indiscriminately to multiple mailing lists, individuals, or newsgroups; junk e-mail"(Spam). Spam has very specific characteristics and today we will become more familiar with those qualities. We will examine Spam as it relates to email and, what recourses are available for Spam. Spam the term originates

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    Pop-ups and Spam Email Ethical Judgement

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    Pop-ups and Spam Email Ethical Judgement Introduction: Only two things are certain in this life, death and taxes. I beg to differ. Seems to me we can throw spam and pop-up advertisements in there as well. In recent years, spam and pop-ups have become a way of life. People spend hours of their day weeding through their emails to find which ones are spam and which are the ones they really want to see. And it seems like any webpage you go to nowadays, an animated/flashing pop-up window

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    SPAM: The Unethical Email Phenomenon

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    SPAM: The Unethical Email Phenomenon It's what's for breakfast. As I wake from my deep sleep of twelve hours, I step out of bed and go about my daily summer routine. I wash my face and peruse through the fridge for something to eat; its noon, meaning the mail is in. I step out of the house to check the mailbox. I’ve always looked forward to receiving the mail, as most people do until they are old enough to pay the bills. I bring back the mail to the dining table as I commence to eat the

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    The Ethics of Spam Prevention

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    The Ethics of Spam Prevention The user base of the Internet and World Wide Web grows by millions of users each year. In recent years this has created an explosion in the number of Internet email accounts and addresses. Companies such as Microsoft, Yahoo and Netscape have made free email accounts available for the world to use. Many people have multiple email accounts on the web, in addition to those that they may have for business purposes. This increase in the number of users around

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    The Dangers of Spam and How to Prevent It

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    Introduction Let’s start by defining spam; irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of recipients. Microsoft defines spam as an unwanted email trying to get information or sell you something [1]. This could be a fake email from your bank saying you need to authorize yourself, or even just a flyer trying to sell you anything from male enhancement to clothing. Next up let’s explain how to prevent spam mail. According to Vitaly Friedman the single biggest and easiest

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    It is an almost incredible thought that spam and junk mail still plague our e-mail inboxes even in the year 2014. Although spam filters work like they’re supposed to, for the most part, we continue to receive unsolicited messages, where all kinds of “goods and services” are offered; large inheritances from Princes in Nigeria, miracle weight loss and sexual enhancement medications, and dream work from home jobs, to name a few. There is no limit to spammers. In fact, many of them, at the end of your

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