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Old 03-07-2012, 09:45 AM
Nila1936
 
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Hello and welcome, I hope you'll enjoy your stay.
its very informative and interesting. I am agree with you. You can visit my
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Old 03-07-2012, 10:36 AM
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Spam ?

2012/3/7 Nila1936 <nila1936@yahoo.com>



Hello and welcome, I hope you'll enjoy your stay.

its very informative and interesting. I am agree with you. You can visit my

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*http://www.halftonesystems.com/ Laptop Computers, Online Support

Laptop Computers, Online

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Old 03-07-2012, 09:10 PM
Scott Ferguson
 
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On 07/03/12 22:36, MarcFP wrote:
> Spam ?

Well, yes.

*Don't* give them more oxygen and bandwidth than they've already stolen.

They spam these lists so the URL will rank in search engines - you've
just *tripled* the problem.

Either:-
;ignore it
;mark it in your gmail account as spam so you don't see it again
;hit the spam button for the message at
lists.debian.org/blahblah/msgblah[*1] OR "bounce it" with a non-web
based MUA[*2] and it will eventually, maybe, be added to the debian-list
spam filters[*3]

Best:-
;mark it as spam using the online lists Spam button or by bouncing *and*
register a complaint to search engines[*4], to the email provider or
website they used[*5], and, against the website they're promoting[*6],
and if the country you receive the spam in has legislation against spam
- report it[*7]


*Just. do. not. repost. the. spam.*



Kind regards

[*1]look it up at:-
http://lists.debian.org/debian-laptop/recent
[*2]:-
http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/ListMaster/ListArchiveSpam/MUAPlugins
[*3]:-
http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/ListMaster/ListArchiveSpam?highlight=%28%5CbCategoryListArchi veSpam%5Cb%29#Towards_a_spam_removal_policy
[*4]:- they do this to get publicity, but mostly so the search engines
will rank them higher because of the backlinks. If you don't understand
- look it up. Google will penalise spammers by moving the site they're
spamming off the first page of search results - that removes the
financial incentive to spam these lists.

Contact Google:-
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/spamreport?hl=en

Contact Bing:-
https://feedback.live.com/default.aspx?locale=en-AU&productkey=wlsearchweb&P1=dsathome&P2=&P3=0&P4= NOFORM&P5=3435DE9356986CAB3542DD8F579A6CD2&P6=Sydn ey,%20New%20South%20Wales&P9=-33.868900299%2f151.207107543&P10=0&P11=http%3a%2f% 2fwww.bing.com%2fcommunity%2fwebmaster%2ff%2f12248 %2fp%2f647709%2f9534397.aspx&searchtype=Web+Search &optl1=1&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fwww.bing.com%2f%3fFO RM%3dFEEDTU
OR:-
https://support.discoverbing.com/eform.aspx?productKey=bingcontentremoval&ct=eformt s

[*5] In this case it was sent from a yahoo account (it's usually yahoo
or hotmail):-
Forward the email to abuse@yahoo.com

[*6] Frequently the company that hired the spammers will hide behind an
anonymous contact address - as in this case, using Domains By Proxy
(scumbags who profit from spammers) Whois will give you the contact
details for the host (GoDaddy) and the domain registrant - though DBP
never check the address of the registrant. GoDaddy won't do anything
about spammers either - but you could try...

[*7] US laws suck (where most spam seems to originate)
Outside the US:-
http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&topic=12852&answer=34080
In Australia (good laws, lazy enforcement):-
forward the spam to:-
report@submit.spam.acma.gov.au




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