China signs anti-spam pact

Tuesday, 5 July 2005, 12:35 AM EST

China - the world's second biggest producer of spam behind the US - has signed up to an international agreement to crack down on unsolicited email.

Beijing has added its name to the list of countries that have adopted the London Action Plan on Spam Enforcement Collaboration - a group that works to target spammers.

By Tim Richardson at The Register.

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