Ottawa finally announces anti-malware legislation

Ottawa finally announces anti-malware legislation

Almost four years after a national task force tabled its recommendations for attacking spam, Ottawa has introduced legislation it claims...

April 23rd, 2009 Howard Solomon

Spam watch – U.S. heads the dirty dozen

Spam watch – U.S. heads the dirty dozen

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEA recent report by a British computer security firm has placed the United States at the top...

July 25th, 2006

CAN-SPAM law goes under the microscope

CAN-SPAM law goes under the microscope

For A.J. Byers, CEO at Magma Communications, an Internet service provider based in Ottawa, anti-spam legislation, either in Canada or...

April 1st, 2004 Allison Taylor

Spam may cost Hong Kong $1.3B

Spam may cost Hong Kong $1.3B

About 50 per cent of all e-mail received in Hong Kong is spam and could be costing the economy up...

February 15th, 2004 CIO Governments Review staff

Spam may cost Hong Kong $1.3 billion a year

Spam may cost Hong Kong $1.3 billion a year

About 50 per cent of all e-mail received in Hong Kong is spam and could be costing the economy up...

January 15th, 2004 Chee Sing Chan

Ninety-seven senators can be wrong

Ninety-seven senators can be wrong

The vote in your United States Senate was 97 to 0 - generally the kind of bipartisan unanimity reserved for...

November 7th, 2003 Paul McNamara

U.K. lawmakers call on US to pass spam legislation

U.K. lawmakers call on US to pass spam legislation

The U.S. Congress needs to move forward with anti-spam legislation, even though the U.S. and the European Union have different...

October 20th, 2003 Grant Gross