The FTC announced a free, three day forum, April 30-May 2, open to the public, consisting of fourteen separate panels, each addressing different aspects of the spam email issue including legislation, security, privacy, law enforcement, and blocking software. The text of the Federal Register notice on this forum is available here, and references a recent article about the growing proliferation of spam at home and at work.
FTC Spam Workshop
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