These sites discuss various ways to automatically detect and filter spam:
What are those spam messages with a bunch of random words? Here's one theory: http://spam.gunters.org/?p=176&c=1
Here's one spammer who is not going out of business because of the "CAN SPAM" law.
A list of resources from a discussion of how one sysadmin fights a million spam messages/day.
An excellent site: http://spam.gunters.org/
Here is a paper that discusses "poisoning" adaptive (Bayesian) filters: http://www.sophos.com/sophos/docs/eng/papers/WP_PMFool_US.pdf
The Tinhat site discusses spam, privacy, and security for the non-technical user.
The http://www.spamlaws.com/us.html web site has references to various anti-spam laws. The site includes a copy of the Washington State Supreme Court's review of Washington's law, which has a brief overview of the term "spam", including a quote from Monty Python and a reference to Hormel Foods Corporation's spam web site.
smallclaim.info has information on how to sue for damages in small claims courts.
FORWARD YOUR SPAM: The US Federal Trade Comission monitors the spam situation on behalf of the US government and has requested that you forward every spam you get to: email@example.com. Remember to include the complete header data.Keeping a sense of humor, here is how to deal with spam from China - rec.humor.funny Joke Archives February 7, 2002 Last update: June 8, 2005 16:53:15 PDT
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