What do you do with your SPAM?

Posted:
in General Discussion edited January 2014
1. Delete it?

2. Bounce to sender?

3. Send it to the government?

4. All of the above?



While some may be concerned about the increasing involvement/restrictions by government over commerce/free speech, many people believe that "unsolicited commercial e-mail" is more than an annoyance.



You can forward your unwanted SPAM to [email protected] The FTC catalogs originators of these messages and may take action against certain parties.



More information can be found at cauce.org. The e-mail address was recently publicized by CNET radio (AM 910 in San Francisco) and has been active for a couple of years.

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 2
    Slice it thin, marinate in teriyaki sauce, fry to a crisp, sandwich between two "beds" of rice and a seaweed wrapping...



    Oh, you mean the electronic variety? I usually just delete it, but I think I'll start forwarding it off to that gov address you listed. Thanks for the info!
  • Reply 2 of 2
    BTP at MacNN recommends sending it here:



    <a href="http://spamcop.net/"; target="_blank">http://spamcop.net/</a>;
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