GDPR sends email into a tailspin
Heavy rain, interspersed with scattered showers
With only a few hours to go before the introduction of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), peoples' email inboxes are filling with what can only be described as high level spam.
Indian government to force Apple to fight spam
Accept our App or face the music
Apple, which is used to developers just going away when it tells them they can't have their App in the App store is finding that when the developer is a nuclear-armed government, it has a problem on its hands.
Google "fake news" filter serves up fake penis pills
Looks like it needs a bit of work
Search engine Google’s attempts to filter out fake news have cocked-up badly as its health section has fast filled with adverts for pills designed to, er, stiffen your resolve.
Republicans back mobile message spam
It is what the corporates want
As part of making America Great again, the Republicans are sponsoring a bill which will allow corporations to leave sales messages on your mobile phone.
Spammer and journalist face off in court
River City Media, the company accused of running a huge spam operation, has filed a lawsuit against the security researcher and the journalist who exposed its antics.
Nigerian spam scammers infect themselves with malware
Send your bank account details to save them
A group of Nigerian scammers might have accidently infected themselves with the same malware they want their victims to download.
Spam rates fall below 50 per cent
Spam, spam, spam
The amount of spam clogging up the internet is officially the lowest it has been for ten years.
How to battle the Chinese Water army
Battle of the spammers
Social notworking is phishers paradise
Microsoft wants to crack spammer's servers
Asking a judge to have a go at Rustock