At 09:13 AM 12/26/03 -0800, Steve Schear wrote:
>http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3324883.stm
>

>>Mr Wobber and his group calculated that if there are 80,000
seconds in a day, a computational "price" of a 10-second levy
would mean spammers would only be able to send about 8,000
messages a day, at most. 

"Spammers are sending tens of millions of e-mails, so if they had
to do that with all the messages, they would have to invest
heavily in machines." <<


Replace "invest" with "trojan" and remind Mr. W. that he
works for the major facilitator of trojaned machines.







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