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Spam

Spamming is the abuse of electronic messaging systems to indiscriminately send unsolicited bulk messagesSource: Wikipedia

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Spamdexing also called Spam

involves a number of methods, such as repeating unrelated phrases, to manipulate the relevancy or prominence of resources indexed by a search engine, in a manner inconsistent with the purpose of the indexing systemSource: Wikipedia

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Spam

celebrated in a small local festival in Austin, Minnesota, where Hormel corporate headquarters are locatedSource: Wikipedia

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Messaging spam also called Spam

sometimes called SPIM, is a type of spam targeting users of instant messaging (IM) servicesSource: Wikipedia

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Forum spam also called Spam

the posting of advertisements, abusive, or unneeded messages on Internet forumsSource: Wikipedia

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Spam

a popular Monty Python sketch, first televised in 1970Source: Wikipedia

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Newsgroup spam also called Spam

a type of spam where the targets are Usenet newsgroupsSource: Wikipedia

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It Means Everything also called Spam

the first full-length album by Save FerrisSource: Wikipedia

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Mobile phone spam also called Spam

a form of spamming directed at the text messaging service of a mobile phoneSource: Wikipedia

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Spam

UHF - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff (1989), sometimes referred to simply as UHF, is the soundtrack to the comedy cult film UHF, by "Weird Al" YankovicSource: Wikipedia

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Spam in blogs also called Spam

a form of spamdexingSource: Wikipedia

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Flyposting also called Spam

the act of placing advertising posters or flyers in illegal placesSource: Wikipedia

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Spam

originally referred to Spam (food), a canned meat product sold by the Hormel Foods CorporationSource: Wikipedia

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E-mail spam also called Spam

" is a subset of spam that involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by e-mailSource: Wikipedia

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Spam

Spamming, in the context of computer games, refers to the rapid, repeated use of the same item or actionSource: Wikipedia

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LYCOS Europe also called Make LOVE not SPAM

a pan-European network of websites, offering services including communication tools, online communities, web search, e-commerce, web hosting, homepage building and Internet accessSource: Wikipedia

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Darby Crash also called Sophistifuck and the revlon spam queens

was an American punk musician who, along with long time friend Pat Smear (born Georg Ruthenberg), co-founded The GermsSource: Wikipedia

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Sping also called Trackback spam

short for "spam ping", and is related to fraudulent pings from blogs using trackbacks, called trackback spamSource: Wikipedia

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Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy

server project is an Open Source platform-independent transparent SMTP proxy server that leverages numerous methodologies and technologies to both rigidly and adaptively identify e-mail spamSource: Wikipedia

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Quechup also called Quechup spam

a social networking website that came to prominence in 2007 when it used automatic spamming of invitations to the entire list of e-mail addresses in the address book of people who signed up to their serviceSource: Wikipedia

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Spam King

The title Spam KingSource: Wikipedia

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Internet bot also called Spam Bot

WWW robots or simply bots, are software applications that run automated tasks over the InternetSource: Wikipedia

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Conference on Email and Anti-Spam

an annual scientific conference on subjects relating to email use and abuseSource: Wikipedia

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Link spam

Davison defines link spam as "... links between pages that are present for reasons other than merit." Link spam takes advantage of link-based ranking algorithms, such as Google's PageRank algorithm, which gives a higher ranking to a website the moreSource: Wikipedia

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