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Government-distributed spam canned meat products linked to causing doubled risk of diabetes

2/10/2012 - A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found that processed, canned meat products -- these are collectively known as "spam," as is the brand-name version of the canned meat popularly known as "SPAM" -- are linked to a double risk of developing diabetes. Particularly...

New York Times spams its entire email list, tries to cover it up, then apologizes

12/30/2011 - It may have started out harmless enough, but then the "Old Gray Lady" tried to cover it up - not a good quality for the supposed newspaper of record. The New York Times apologized after spamming its entire email list, but not before first blaming the incident on a spam attack. The comedy of errors...

Stranded cruise line passengers rescued with Spam and Pop-Tarts

11/10/2010 - The U.S. Navy thinks Pop-Tarts are "emergency food supplies." The 3,000 passengers stranded on a Carnival Cruise Line ship that suffered an engine fire failure are now being "rescued" with junk food. All the on-board food spoiled when the ship refrigeration failed after the fire, so U.S. Navy Seahawk...

Nine out of ten emails now spam due to activity of criminal gangs

12/1/2006 - A recent surge in spam email messages seeking to peddle sex, drugs or even unsolicited stock tips are the workings of criminal gangs, according to email security company Postini. In fact, the number of ''spam'' messages being received by an average user has more than tripled in volume since just this...

Can-Spam Act court ruling obliterates state anti-spam laws, activists say

11/29/2006 - The federal Can-Spam act was passed in 2003 to protect consumers from unsolicited sales and marketing emails, but a court ruling against a man who was counter sued for allegedly defaming a company that spammed him has all but crippled state spam laws, say anti-spam activists. The Can-Spam act defines...

Web marketing guru Jim Sterne gives advice on how to successfully utilize customer emails

8/23/2006 - Mike: Welcome everyone. Today we are speaking with Jim Sterne, one of the most authoritative and well-received authors, speakers and thinkers on web marketing and email marketing. Welcome, Jim. Sterne: Thank you very much. Mike: It's a pleasure to have you with us today. For those who aren't familiar...

President of eMarketing Association, Robert Fleming, discusses e-marketing certification and the current state of spam

6/2/2006 - Mike: I'm here with Robert Fleming, president and CEO of the eMarketing Association. I want to start with an overview of the eMarketing Association for people who may not be familiar with it and a bit of a discussion on who might be interested in taking these courses. Robert Fleming: The eMA was...

Put an end to spam and phishing by reforming email

5/15/2006 - It is way past time for the internet community to do something serious about spam and phishing attacks. The problem has gone way beyond spam now. Spam itself was quite annoying. We've all waded through hundreds, if not thousands, of emails in our inboxes, trying to find the legitimate emails that we...

Interview with Loren McDonald, vice president of marketing at EmailLabs

4/11/2006 - Mike: This is Mike Adams, and with us today is Loren McDonald, the vice president of marketing at EmailLabs, one of the most well-known email marketing service companies on the web. Thanks for joining us today, Loren. McDonald: Thank you. I'm enjoying being here. Mike: For those who aren't familiar...

Interview with Ralph Wilson on email marketing and e-commerce

3/15/2006 - Mike: Today we are speaking with Ralph Wilson, a globally recognized authority on web marketing and e-commerce. He is the author of hundreds of articles, e-books and newsletter issues all found at wilsonweb.com. Thank you for joining us today, Ralph. Wilson: Thank you. Mike: For those who may...

Interview with John Levine on the War on SPAM

2/19/2006 - Mike: To start with, can you give people an overview of where you think the war on spam is today? [This interview was conducted in early 2005.] Levine: I'd say the war on spam is about where World War I was in 1916 -- you know, it's gotten to the point where it's way worse than either side though...

'Do not email' registries for parents begin in July in two states

6/29/2005 - New state laws in Michigan and Utah will prohibit sending commercial email to children's email addresses which are registered with the states' new 'Do not email' lists. Officials in both states have confirmed that their new registry web pages for parents websites where parents and guardians can...

Email privacy now a top concern for 19 out of 20 internet users

5/24/2005 - How important is email privacy to your business? A new email privacy survey conducted by Relemail reveals it may be far more important than you expected. The survey presents some startling statistics about how email subscribers view privacy. Let's take a closer look at these statistics and reveal what...

Can-Spam anti-spam law remains useless after first year on the books

1/3/2005 - Just as I predicted over a year ago, Can-Spam has done absolutely nothing to curtail spam. Today, spam is worse than ever. What's needed is either a technical solution (the Puzzle Solution) or widespread certification of email practices. That's why I created Relemail, an email sender certification service...

New international anti-spam council pledges to fight spam around the world

7/30/2004 - A new international anti-spam group has been formed and announced. It is called the International Council on Internet Communications, and the purpose of this council is to coordinate international efforts to stop spammers. This sort of international group is necessary because spammers operate internationally....

Email marketing service firms seeing drop in revenues caused by global spam pollution

7/24/2004 - Digital Impact is seeing a considerable drop in email marketing service revenues, says the company. And the problem is that spam continues to flood inboxes, crowding out email messages and newsletters from legitimate email marketing efforts. It's a problem we all face in the permission email marketing...

Compliance with CAN-SPAM fast approaches zero; only a technical solution can halt spam

6/9/2004 5:30:23 PM - A new study shows that the positive anti-spam effects of CAN-SPAM legislation were quite brief: while 3% of spam complied with the law during early 2004, that number has now dropped to 1%. Neither number is reassuring, and both numbers demonstrate that CAN-SPAM compliance is fast approaching...

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