GeekPress links to a couple of strategies for combatting spam. None of the legislative solution seem to work since it is so hard to track down spammers and, as a last resort, they can always go offshore.

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  1. 42nd SSD says:

    I have my own thoughts on the spam problem here, which was originally an anti-Habeas rant that turned into a description of my own anti-spam setup.

    Basically, people are going way too crazy over filtering, email stamps, etc. The summary: if you want to stop spam, don’t post a static email address on a static web page and don’t use one email address for everything. It’s easy, simple, and it really works.