Library of Parliament Publications: Competition/Consumer
|Catalogue No.||PRB 03-37E|
|Language||English; Aussi disponible en français|
Written by Lalita Acharya.
Published by the Library of Parliament, 2004.
| 10 February 2004
In recent years an increasing volume of unsolicited and unwanted e-mail, commonly referred to as "spam", has compromised the benefits of e-mail. This paper examines why spam is a problem and what technological, legal and other approaches are being employed to deal with it around the world. The situation in Canada is discussed, as is the debate about the need for legislation in Canada to control spam.
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