Spammers face tri-nation crackdown

Friday, 2 July 2004, 7:17 PM EST

The UK government has joined forces with the US and Australia to fight the growing problem of spam.

An agreement brokered by the three nations will see law enforcement authorities co-operate in initiatives to track down and prosecute spammers.

A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the three countries, guaranteeing closer working, including training efforts to investigate spam, and strengthening capabilities to trace and convict spammers.

By Gareth Morgan at vnunet.

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