Tuesday, 15 February 2005

Stopping spam

The New York Times has a pretty good summary of the efforts to stop spam, boiling it down to a simple analogy with the British postal system c. 1840: the sender should pay. That's the basis of the Penny Black Project anyway - making the sender "pay", either in micropayments or, more likely, through taking up a few seconds of the sender's time.

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