Spamhaus breaches great firewall of China

Friday, 23 April 2004, 3:42 PM EST

Anti-spam organisation Spamhaus is taking its crusade to China following an invitation from the Chinese government.

After the US, more spam is sent from China than any other country, and Spamhaus hopes to persuade the Chinese authorities to implement effective anti-spam legislation and technologies.

A team of Chinese volunteers will monitor spammers and report back to the UK-based group.

By Dinah Greek at vnunet.

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