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List of contact information of spammers
Strategies and tactics to deal with and prevent junk e-mail.
An argument against using MAPS, encouraging ISPs to individually control spam instead of relying on central services.
Information on deciphering spam, complaining about it, and filtering e-mail.
Blogger makes it easy to create spam that clogs search results but does not make it easy to report the spam or even to be sure that Blogger cares that accounts are used that way.
Advice to visitors to Usenet News Group news.admin.net-abuse.email to ensure a good and helpful experience.
Article outlining Paul Graham's proposal, and spam FAQs.
A cynical set of rules generated from a discussion in the newsgroup NANAE, news.admin.net-abuse.email.
Editors of Internet ScamBusters present tips and resources to reduce spam.
United States, European Union, and other countries' laws and pending legislation regarding unsolicited commercial email.
Al Iverson posting about email, anti-spam, policy compliance and email marketing best practices.
List for developers of tools to prevent spam.
Spam-related mailing list. Includes subscription information, and FAQ.
Account of what happened after an Internet user accidentally gave a wrong email address when she visited a web page and signed up for a sweepstakes.
Provides a general overview of the spamming phenomenon. Links to articles which discuss the techniques of spammers on particular media: Internet e-mail, instant messaging, Usenet newsgroups, Web search engines, weblogs, and mobile phone messaging. Another article describes ways of stopping e-mail abuse.
Article by Laura Frieder and Jonathan Zittrain assessing the impact of stock-tout spam upon trading activity and how profitable such spamming might be. (January 21, 2007)
Al Iverson posting about email, anti-spam, policy compliance and email marketing best practices.
Spam-related mailing list. Includes subscription information, and FAQ.
Blogger makes it easy to create spam that clogs search results but does not make it easy to report the spam or even to be sure that Blogger cares that accounts are used that way.
Article outlining Paul Graham's proposal, and spam FAQs.
List for developers of tools to prevent spam.
Information on deciphering spam, complaining about it, and filtering e-mail.
Strategies and tactics to deal with and prevent junk e-mail.
Editors of Internet ScamBusters present tips and resources to reduce spam.
Advice to visitors to Usenet News Group news.admin.net-abuse.email to ensure a good and helpful experience.
A cynical set of rules generated from a discussion in the newsgroup NANAE, news.admin.net-abuse.email.
United States, European Union, and other countries' laws and pending legislation regarding unsolicited commercial email.
Account of what happened after an Internet user accidentally gave a wrong email address when she visited a web page and signed up for a sweepstakes.
An argument against using MAPS, encouraging ISPs to individually control spam instead of relying on central services.
Provides a general overview of the spamming phenomenon. Links to articles which discuss the techniques of spammers on particular media: Internet e-mail, instant messaging, Usenet newsgroups, Web search engines, weblogs, and mobile phone messaging. Another article describes ways of stopping e-mail abuse.
List of contact information of spammers
Article by Laura Frieder and Jonathan Zittrain assessing the impact of stock-tout spam upon trading activity and how profitable such spamming might be. (January 21, 2007)

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