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+ - Spam Levels Lowest Since 2009->

Submitted by wiredmikey
wiredmikey (1824622) writes "Global Spam have Declined to the Lowest Level Since March 2009. Following a two-week dramatic decline in spam levels, spam now accounts for 78.6 percent of all email traffic, the lowest rate since March 2009, when the global spam rate was 75.7 percent of all email traffic, according to Symantec'(TM)s January 2011 MessageLabs Intelligence Report released today. The volume of spam in circulation in January 2011 was 65.9% lower than for the same period one year ago in January 2010, when the spam rate was 83.9% of all email traffic."
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