Kristopson, Debra
July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p28
Trade Publication
Provides information on spam or any unsolicited electronic mail sent from a company or an individual. Focus of the definition of spam on message content and frequency; Difficulty in legislating spam; Practice of spam blocking by Internet service providers (ISP) at the ISP level; Guidelines for electronic marketing.


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