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Spam busters go on the offensive
posted by scubacuda on Wednesday January 26, @11:15AM
from the dept.
News thebaron writes "The war on spam is far from over, but there was a growing sense among the antispam crusaders gathered at MIT last week that advances on both the legal and technology fronts have turned the tide against the Viagra peddlers and Nigerian princesses. Nobody was claiming that spam will ever be completely eliminated, or even that the amount of spam is decreasing.
But the crowd of more than 100 members of the spam fighting fraternity was buoyed by several of the days presentations."

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    Ongoing Problem (Score:0)
    by Anonymous Coward on Friday July 01, @07:18AM (#1690)
    It seems that the more officials fight it the more heads it has
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