TITLE

Battle spam worldwide

AUTHOR(S)
Hockey, Alyn
PUB. DATE
July 2003
SOURCE
Computer Weekly;7/15/2003, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The recent "spam summit" held in the Houses of Parliament in Great Britain is evidence that ministers and MPs are recognising the threat spam poses to e-business. Although legislation must be enforced, the government cannot simply ban all unsolicited e-mail. Legislation in the country is unlikely to affect spammers in the U.S. or the Far East, so governments around the world will have to work together to make an impact. Even with appropriate legislation and anti-spam technology, there is a large security hole made by the end-user.
ACCESSION #
10601380

 

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