Spam, spam, and more spam

Spammers appear to be more concerned about our health than our wealth, as the number of spam emails continue to rise, according to a recent report.Internet security provider Marshal has released the findings of its latest Threat Research and Content Engineering report for the second half of 2007, which found that the total volume of spam increased by more than 50 per cent.Spam promoting pharmaceuticals, such as weight loss pills, was the dominant category in 2007, comprising nearly 70 per cent of all spam.The biggest drop in spam was those relating to stocks and options, comprising only one per cent of all spam, compared to 50 per cent in February 2007.
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2008/02/13/1202760372360.html
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