[SpamCop-List] Re: Spam originating or spamvertizing AU sites
completelyfalse at harrykiri.com
Tue Jul 27 13:57:31 EDT 2004
"Ellen" <nobody at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:ce36qv$o4g$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> We received the following request; you may want to bookmark the site
> are interested in assisting anti-spam efforts in AU
> "If you notice any spam advertising australian products or
> compnaies, or ones that have definitely originated in australia
> use the Australian Communications Auhtority complaint form, and we
> look into this.
> Information about what were looking at as a priority at this time is
> The URL for the complaints/reporting form is:
> https://www.aca.gov.au/secure/complaint_form.htm "
> If someone would propagate this to the appropriate forum I would
> it. Perhaps it should be pinned? or are there too many pinned items
This is amazing. We are seeing an Australian Government unit asking
SpamCop to look out for Australian spam? Is Aussie spam now that rare
that we must ask for other countries to look out for it?
Prior to April, I had around 5 or 6 extremely persistent Australian
spams every week (around 200 - 250 per day from the rest of the
Since late April, when the new Australian Spam laws came into effect,
I've been salivating at the thought of reporting an "Aussie" spam to
the ACA (yeah I know - I should get a life)- but I haven't seen any.
Perhaps Aussie spams are now as rare as hens teeth?
Could it be that the Australian laws (AUS$1.1 million fines per day)
have completely killed "Aussie" spam? It looks that way to me. If
so, how do you get other countries to wield a big stick too?
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