Dont blame US for spam problem

Like the Internet, spam doesn't really follow national boundaries. A typical piece of junk email could be sent from a computer in China by a spammer in Michigan advertising a web site in Argentina selling drugs produced in India with credit-card processing handled in Canada.spamland.jpg

So what's the point of the "Dirty Dozen" press release put out by Sophos this week (and widely parroted by the tech media)? - Spam Kings Blog: Don't blame US for spam problem

Linked by shanmuga Friday, 14th October 2005 1:10PM