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> From: Suresh Ramasubramanian <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: mån mar 10, 2003 11:31:03 Europe/Stockholm
> Subject: Fwd: [apcauce-discuss] Test and intro
> FYI. Professor Jean Hunter is a professor at Cornell University, and
> she has been interested in Korean spam related issues for quite some
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>> From: "Jean B. Hunter" <[log in to unmask]>
>> To: <[log in to unmask]>
>> Subject: [apcauce-discuss] Test and intro
>> Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 04:54:08 -0500
>> Hello from Ithaca, NY, US,
>> Suresh Ramasubramanian suggested that I join this list, to follow the
>> discussions on spam prevention in the Asia Pacific region.
>> As an "ordinary Internet user", educator and amateur spamfighter, I
>> the antispam movement about 18 months ago with a focus on abuse of
>> relays and proxies at educational institutions. At the time, Korean
>> served as conduits for 30-50% of my total spam load. Now, thanks to
>> diligent and sincere spamrelay team at certcc.or.kr, these spams are
>> relatively rare.
>> At present I am interested in Korea's anti-spam legislation,
>> especially the
>> new initiatives of a national don't-email list and what appears to be
>> proposed legal standard of confirmed opt-in for bulk e-mail. I would
>> to find out more about this legislation, support its adoption, and
>> non-Korean-speaking internet users to use the existing Korean
>> regulations to
>> cut down their spam load.
>> Better APNIC and KRNIC whois: information would also be very
>> you knew that already.
>> Let me know what I can do to support AP CAUCE.
>> Kind regards,
>> Discuss mailing list
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