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Anti-spam legislation: An analysis of laws and their effectiveness

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Schryen, Guido
Date of publication of this fulltext: 20 Jun 2011 07:30


More than half of world-wide e-mail traffic – an estimated total of several billion e-mails per day – consists of spam. This is becoming a considerable disturbance to telecommunications. Spam is also closely related to other kinds of cyber crime as it possibly contains malicious software or is pursuing some kind of fraudulent aim, such as phishing. Besides technical and organizational measures, ...


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