spam holiday season: In addition to plenty of turkey, a record amount of spam will be served up this holiday season. - 12/19/06 12:36 PM
In October, 63 billion junk messages were sent daily, on average, compared with 31 billion a year ago. Antispam specialists, report that 88.7 percent of all e-mail sent in October was unsolicited. That percentage is expected to rise to nearly 90 percent in November and December.
There's a holiday spam spike every year, because people are more likely to open the messages, experts said. Consumers are shopping online more, are desperate for gift ideas and expect electronic greeting cards. Spammers exploit all of that by sending fake order confirmations and e-cards and, of course, suggesting their products as gifts.
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