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Security, What security?
Hotmail punts user email addresses to advertisers
Magnificent breasts' get pulled by content security firm
ITN hacked in email raid
Self-destructing email -- what Bill wants for Xmas

Hoaxers and spoofers

Hotmail hoax email: spam or we kick you off
AOL's Steve Case shafted in penis hoax
Blair hoax email exposes bumlickycrawlies
Euro anonymous email plans are 'unworkable'

Lovely Spam - the campaigners

Anti-spammers turn guns on each other
The European Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
Online Vote Against Spam - a campaign by c't magazine and politik-digital

Lovely Spam - the stories

Consumer watchdog is anti-spam
Spam filters don't work shock new survey
US bids to ban spam
Consumers' Association in spamfest
Consumer watchdogs fail the spam test
Spam-u-like service sets out Brit stalls
Cisco tells spam victims to reply with abusive emails
How meaningful are Lastminute.com registration numbers?
Junk mail from MS: whose spam is it anyway?

Email as Soap Opera

Email is the British Jerry Springer
I divorce thee, I divorce thee, I divorce thee
Volvo lover faces jail over online blackmail allegations
Man uses spam to sell kidney

Don't try this at work

Dow Chemical sacks 50 over porn emails
Student spams sex email by mistake
Zurich sacks seven for 'disturbing emails'
Smutty emailers sacked at New York Times
Barclays swoops on porn at work staff
You can't get smuttier than a Kwik-Fit Fitter
IT manager fired for lunchtime Web surfing
Five sacked by Rolls Royce for porno emails

Darn software

My email worm is worse than yours
No email thanks to the virus? Here's what to do
Eudora email hole discovered

I love my ISP - but it don't love me

Some like it Hotmail
'Lifelong' email addresses last under three years

River deep, Mountain High

Click here to send an email to your bog-standard phone
Navy sends underwater emails
Web access from the sky ®

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