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Putting VerticalResponse in its place

A News.com reader writes that there is one particular spam that was sent by VerticalResponse to advertise its products.

 

  
Putting VerticalResponse in its place

In response to the June 20 Newsmaker with Janine Popick, "Surviving in spam's shadow":

I read this interview with great interest, and it looks like Popick was saying all the right things regarding opt-in only, strict anti-spam policies.

However, a Usenet newsgroup has quite a few spam reports about VerticalResponse and their clients.

And there is one particular spam that was sent by VerticalResponse to advertise its products.

Tero Paananen
New York

 

 

    
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