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One aspect of increased use of the [[Internet]] for [[electronic mail]] ([[e-mail]]) has been the advent of unsolicited advertising, also called “unsolicited commercial e-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]] telephones, [[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 e-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]] telephones, [[pager]]s, and [[personal digital assistant]]s ([[PDA]]s).
 
 
   
   
   
 
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Revision as of 06:17, 13 October 2007


One aspect of increased use of the Internet for electronic mail (e-mail) has been the advent of unsolicited advertising, also called “unsolicited commercial e-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 fraudulent, that it is a nuisance, and the volume is increasing. Although consumers are most familiar with spam on their personal computers, it also is becoming an issue in text messaging on wireless telephones, pagers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs).