Pew survey: Internet users accept spam more readily

Tuesday, 12 April 2005, 7:04 AM EST

We're not any less annoyed by spam. We're just more accepting of it. So says a study released Sunday by the Pew Internet and American Life Project.

Fifty-three percent of adult e-mail users in the United States now say they trust e-mail less because of spam, down from 62 percent a year ago and about the same as a June 2003 Pew survey.

At CIO Today.

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