Seeks to discourage unauthorized, unsolicited email by asking users to report offenders for inclusion on its blacklist.
Offers ways to avoid junk mail, spam and telemarketers. Posts general guidelines, a list of organizations to contact, and related links.
Read an article which seeks to defend Internet users against overzealous antispam crusades.
Publishes lists of spammers and relays that ISPs and individuals can use to filter their e-mail and prevent spamming.
Learn how to stop receiving junk email by using this free service. Utilizes a "shell" email address to prevent unauthorized access.
Suggests compiling a list of offenders and offenses, adding it to a junk.txt file, and sending a copy to everyone on the list.
Read a detailed discussion of the pros and cons of the spam issue. Find out some strategies for dealing with the problem.
Read a Federal Trade Commission paper dealing with Internet scams. Contact the commission to receive brochures.
Find instructions on how to discourage spam by not responding, and forwarding complaints to the host domain's webmaster and ISP.