Darwin and spam

Monday, 1 May 2006, 1:07 AM EST

According to a recent CipherTrust study, consumers respond to and spend money on 5% of spam messages that link to porn sites. That's in contrast to the 0.025% response rate generated by pharmaceutical spam and the 0.0075% rate for spam hawking Rolex watches and the like.

At NetworkWorld.

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