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The report said that these blacklisted servers will be closely monitored by an IT association in the country--the Internet Society of China--and that they will be blocked if they continue to send junk e-mails to mainland users after March 20.
This is not the first time Chinese authorities have moved to stop the spam plague. According to the report, Chinalast year for sending unsolicited mail.
Zen Lee of CNETAsia reported from Singapore.