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== Overview ==
 
 
 
One aspect of increased use of the [[Internet]] for [[electronic mail]] ([[e-mail]]) has been the advent of unsolicited advertising, also called '''unsolicited commercial electronic mail''' ('''UCE'''),” “unsolicited bulk e-mail,” “junk e-mail, “or “[[spam]].” Complaints focus on the fact that some [[spam]] contains or has links to [[pornography]], that much of it is [[fraud]]ulent, that it is a nuisance, and the volume is increasing. Although consumers are most familiar with [[spam]] on their [[personal computer]]s, it also is becoming an issue in [[text messaging]] on [[wireless]] [[telephone]]s, [[pager]]s, and [[personal digital assistant]]s ([[PDA]]s).
 
One aspect of increased use of the [[Internet]] for [[electronic mail]] ([[e-mail]]) has been the advent of unsolicited advertising, also called '''unsolicited commercial electronic mail''' ('''UCE'''),” “unsolicited bulk e-mail,” “junk e-mail, “or “[[spam]].” Complaints focus on the fact that some [[spam]] contains or has links to [[pornography]], that much of it is [[fraud]]ulent, that it is a nuisance, and the volume is increasing. Although consumers are most familiar with [[spam]] on their [[personal computer]]s, it also is becoming an issue in [[text messaging]] on [[wireless]] [[telephone]]s, [[pager]]s, and [[personal digital assistant]]s ([[PDA]]s).
   

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