Spam Control - The Internet Without It?Written by Niall Roche
Every single day 30,000,000 emails are sent around world. 50% of those emails are spam. Blue chip companies and even Governments are taking drastic measures in spam control. The most recent evidence of this is Canspam Act which was passed by US Senate early in 2004.
If you look at what most people used Internet for you'll find vast majority of online activity is sending and receiving email. Email has become lifeblood of modern society. An interesting social experiment would be to see what happens to a group of young professional people who suddenly have all means of electronic communication taken away from them. Email has become as much a part of our lives as electric lightbulb, air transport and mobile phones.
What happens if we don't implement spam control globally? What would happen if all mail server spam filters and regulations controlling spam were suddenly abolishesd? Chaos online! The online world would grind to a screeching halt as email servers become overloaded with flood of spam. Global bandwidth would be consumed by as each spammer sends out hundreds of millions of junk emails per day.
brazilian contemporary classic musicWritten by robson dos santos
the new contemporary classic music made in world by brazilian musician.
BRAZILIAN CONTEMPORARY CLASSIC MUSIC please, listen my music named: "picture of death?!" to singer(mezzo_soprano) flute, oboe, viola, cello, piano and other. if you like it l can send all score to be played with your musician in your country. thanks, robson dos santos, brazilian composer. http://www.robsound.mus.br