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Association for Interactive Marketing
Brad Templeton History of Spam
One theory on how "spam" came to mean junk Email.
Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
DMA Anti spam efforts
Direct Marketing Association
E-mail Preference Service
Postiva technology attempts to build trust relationships in messaging.
Federal Computer Incident Response Center: www.fedcirc.gov
Fight Spam on the Net: spam.abuse.net
Official Spam Home Page.
Scam Awareness Sites
Better Business Bureau Online: www.bbbonline.com
Consumer World: www.consumerworld.org
National Fraud Watch Information Center & Internet
International "Telesleaze" Prefixes
Internet ScamBustersTM: www.scambusters.org
Anti-Spam software reviews from About.com Guide Heinz Tschabitscher
Email Express: www.privacylabs.net
Just Say No to Spam: www.saynotospam.com
McAfee SpamKiller: www.mcafee.com
Spam Inspector: www.giantcompany.com
(anti-spam tools for AOL users.)
SpamEater Pro: www.spameater.net
Eliminate Spam: eliminatespam.com
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