Spam - Spamming - Spammer

Have you received unsolicited advertising by e-mail, fax, SMS or from automatic calling equipment? Has someone asked you for confidential information by e-mail? Then you are a victim of spamming. Mass sending of advertising without the recipient's consent is banned. You can limit spamming by following a few simple rules and exercising caution.


As the internet has grown, so has spam. The term "spam" comes from the "Spam" brand of canned meat marketed in England and the USA. It appears in a sketch by the famous Monty Python comedy group: a waiter in a restaurant wants to sell Spam whenever he takes an order. When a visitor to the restaurant asks for a different dish, a chorus of Vikings sings the refrain "Spam, Spam, Spam" so loudly and for so long that the customer's protests are drowned by the noise...

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Last modification 29.06.2011

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