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is the use of electronic messaging systems (including most broadcast media, digital delivery systems) to send unsolicited bulk messages indiscriminately. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam , the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging spam , Usenet newsgroup spam , Web search engine spam , spam in blogs , wiki spam , online classified ads spam, mobile phone messaging spam , Internet forum spam , junk fax transmissions , social networking spam, television advertising and file sharing network spam. Spamming remains economically viable because advertisers have no operating costs ...
Return to Sender - Pogue's Posts Blog -
A reader is seeking my advice–but now that I have a New, Improved Blog with thousands of articulate, much better informed readers, I turn to you for help answering: “Nearly every day I get at least one unwanted fax to my home fax number–sometimes three or four a day. I now have a collection of 152 unwanted junk faxes, collected since last summer. “Initially, I called the numbers listed on the face of the fax to ‘remove my number from their lists.’ But my experiences led me to believe that in fact this practice merely increases the number of faxes that I receive. “My fax machine uses ... market research, surveys and trends
John's Blog - Does really stop junk faxes?
I received a "spam" fax some time ago on my home fax machine. I was pleased to see an opt-out website link at the bottom of the page which was I didn't want any more faxes sent to my home fax so I went to the address and through the process to remove myself from this list. However, over the following months I continued to receive "spam" faxes all from different companies but with a similar link to be removed from list. I did follow the removal process with each fax but the faxes have not stopped. I did a whois lookup of the domain name and ... market research, surveys and trends


Though US cellular networks currently lack the capacity for widespread distribution of unsolicited wireless advertising (wireless spam), these advertisements are already well known in Japan and Europe, where they have proven to be a significant burden on cellular users. This iBrief examines the recently ratified legislation in Japan and Asia that have attempted to stop the glut of wireless advertisements, as a foreshadowing of the problems and questions that will soon have to be addressed in the United States.             Due to unbridled capitalism that created a series of heterogeneous cell phone ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Spam-my Emails -- I Hate Spam
This lens showcases spammy emails that have been received by me or people I know. The IPs have been captured for reference purposes, but are not shown here in this lens. These emails have been reported to the proper authorities. Spammy emails come in all sizes and shapes -- I know because I have gotten PLENTY of spammy emails! More than sixty percent of today's email traffic is spam, according to email filtering firm Brightmail. This year alone, five trillion spam messages will clog Internet users in-boxes, costing society an estimated $10-billion in lost productivity, filtering software, and other expenses. P.S. Be sure to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
AmeriLithium Pays Yearly Maintenance Fees for 2011 on 216 Lithium Brine Claims ...
AmeriLithium Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: AMEL; "AmeriLithium" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that on August 19, 2010 the Company paid the claim maintenance fees for the year 2011 on its 216 Lithium brine claims in Nevada at a total cost of $30,240.00, thereby demonstrating its ongoing commitment to developing domestic Lithium production. The fees were paid to the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) via the Nevada State Office for the following: CLAIMS BLM NUMBER COUNTY PM-13 through PM-90 (78 NMC No. 1018759 - ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
How to Convince Your Boss That Telecommuting is the Way Forward
Believe it or not, facsimile machines or faxes have been in operation since the mid-nineteenth century. However, it was not until the 1980s that the technology in faxes became sufficient and the cost was practical for widespread use among businesses. Although faxes are receiving tremendous amounts of competition from e-mail and other electronic forms of document communication, they are still in widespread use for several reasons including privacy and security. 30 year old fax technology still has a role in modern communication, but that does not mean businesses are stuck with outdated fax machines. Faxmail is the equivalent of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Unwanted mail, phone calls, faxes and emails - Unwanted mail ...
The Facsimile Preference Service (FPS) may be able to stop such faxes. ... Do not respond to spam emails, even by ticking the 'unsubscribe' button. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Fax Advertising: What You Need to Know
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules generally prohibit most unsolicited facsimile (fax) advertisements. In addition, the Junk Fax Prevention Act, passed by Congress in 2005, directs the FCC to amend its rules adopted pursuant to the TCPA regarding fax advertising. The FCC�s revised rules: (1) codify an established business relationship (EBR) exemption to the prohibition on sending unsolicited fax advertisements; (2) define EBR for unsolicited ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
STOP spam!!
is the nickname the Internet has given to unsolicited, unwanted email. It doesn't matter if it's an ad for a porn site, the latest MLM scheme, a complete scam to steal your money, a sincere religious message, or the joke of the month club.     WE DON'T WANT IT!!! spammers argue their First Amendment right to Freedom of Speech allows them to send you mail, and there's nothing you can do about it. Of course, this completely ignores the fact that spam crosses international boundaries! Do you really think an Australian computer user cares about United States laws? What about a Belgian ...
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Slashdot | What Can You Do to Stop Junk Faxes?
I verified the numbers were correct then try to send a fax with a sign that says "STOP SENDING ME FAXES" to the voice number of the sales pitch using the most repeats and shortest delay possible. I remember distinctly hearing one of the operators start crying through the little fax speaker. Faxes stopped shortly after. Remember it's the VOICE number in the FAX you want to attack. And using black tape to use toner that covers more than 5% of the paper isn't??? Sorry but most thermal faxes worth half their weight have a high temp cutoff. Yield for a toner based printing device is based upon 5% of coverage per ...
Spam Fighter Hit With $11.7 Million Judgment
The nonprofit group behind a popular blacklist used to block spam has been hit with a multimillion-dollar judgment, but the order may not be enforceable. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois ordered Wednesday that Spamhaus must pay $11,715,000 in damages to e360insight and its chief, David Linhardt, who sued the U.K.-based organization earlier this year over blacklisting. The court also barred Spamhaus from causing any e-mail sent by e360insight or Linhardt to be "blocked, delayed, altered, or interrupted in anyway" and ordered Spamhaus to publish an apology stating that Linhardt and his company are not ...