The effect of spam on the poor

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Foreign Policy reports that the spam divide is yet another obstacle to developing country growth:

For people in poor countries, [Spam is] a costly threat to development… In developing nations, bandwidth is expensive and connection speeds are often slow. Spammers can effectively bring a nation’s network down.

Read the full OECD report: Spam Issues in Developing Countries, or some more background.

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