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Conference (Cambridge, MA) - The Third Edition of the
anti-spam conference took place on 21 January 2005.
2004 and 2003
The Internet Society of China (ISC) held
an Anti-Spam Forum during its annual Internet Society meeting in Beijing. A MoU
between the ISC and Microsoft, Aol, eBay and Yahoo was signed at the end of the
meeting (for the text of the MoU see our page on China).
Spam Conference - San Francisco, United States, July 2004.
An AntiSpam Forum took place in
Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 3
June 2004. The objective of this forum was to share anti-spam experiences and best practices
among stakeholders from different countries. The meeting was organized
following the creation of an Anti-spam Commission in Argentina that, during 2003,
has been drafting a list of good practices
in fighting spam.
Commerce Steering Group (ECSG) dealt with the problem of spam during the
last ECSG meeting in Chile. A Work
Program on Spam was prepared to identify issues which will need to be
considered further by the Group.
Technology Federation Anti-Spam Forum - Singapore, June 2004
Anti-Abuse Working Group Summit - Washington D.C., United States, May 2004
FTC Spam Forum,
Washington DC, United States, May 2003
The Anti-Spam Summit (Integrated into
a conference arranged by TechMentor) - San Francisco, United States, March 2004
4th AP Net Abuse Asia
Pacific workshop - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, February 2004. Proceedings
from the workshop.
Conference held by the Anti-spam Email
Coordination Team of the Internet Society of China (ISC). - Beijing,
At the conference, the team issued the anti-spam E-mail Criterion of the ISC.
Forum - Hong Kong, January 2004
Spam Conference - Cambridge, United States, January 2004
Comments on fighting
spam within the EU and a presentation
(ppt) addressing issues related to the EU and spam - European Commission, Information
help cross-border enforcement, the online complaint form econsumer.gov
has been created. The incoming complaints are shared with participating consumer
protection law enforcers through the
part of the website reserved for governments.
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