More specifically, Symantec saw 704 billion email messages sent in June, of which 353 billion were classified as spam. At one of the peaks of the spam epidemic, in June 2009, 5.7 trillion of the 6.3 trillion messages sent were spam, according to past data from Symantec.
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January 14, 2015
You know what’s worse than regular1 spam? Academic spam. “Please send us your paper, who cares about the actual field of research”. I especially hate this type of spam because it can sometimes be hard to distinguish from proper calls for papers.
- By regular spam, I mean proposed solutions to erectile dysfunction, dating sites and the like. [↩]