Spam: The Scourge of Modern Communication
Spam, the scourge of modern communication, is defined as unwanted and unsolicited electronic communication of a commercial nature. While we recognize spam when it appears, it makes sense to broaden its definition in order to understand how insidious the plague has become.
In fact, there are three avenues of spam that ruin our daily lives; arriving through the computer, the mailbox and the telephone. While some differences exist, it may be wise to treat all three as part of a single plague, all that should get the same general treatment. The Seattle Times: Personal Technology: Antidote sought for toxic spam
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