The Eternal Spam Battle

Jones, Caleb
September 2003
National Public Accountant;Sep2003, p21
Trade Publication
Provides techniques on reducing the amount of unsolicited emails. Need to be selective about giving information about oneself over the Internet; Importance of reviewing the privacy policy and opt-out options on Web sites where one submit email data; Prevention of unsolicited cookies, the tiny text files that are created by Web sites that reside on the hard drive.


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