November 11, 2003

Spam for Christmas?

BBC NEWS: Spam set to soar this Christmas:

"Spam filtering and security firm FrontBridge said that now more than 70% of the mail it filters is spam based. This is a rise of almost 50% since the start of 2003. FrontBridge said that now the average company with 1,000 employees sees more than 2.1m spam messages per year."

Somebody could make a lot of money if they figured out a better way to fight Spam.

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