There is a new online cat-and-mouse game between the United States and China, the two internet superpowers.
More than a year after the CAN-SPAM Act became law, email users say they are receiving slightly more spam in their inboxes than before, but they are minding it less.
Data on how Americans' feel about emails from politicians or interest groups.
The campaign against pornographic spam gains momentum.
One in ten internet users signed up for political newsletters and news alerts during campaign 2004.
The first Federal Trade Commission complaints against pornography spammers will be cheered by email users.
One in four Americans has used the internet to look for information about prescription drugs. Other topics covered: prescription drugs purchases online; drug-related spam.
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A lot has happened in the world of spam since we issued our major report in October, 2003