On the site, Raymond Chen has graphically plotted the spam numbers in a pointillistic creation of man's inhumanity to man. It visually demonstrates the 2002 spam explosion and a marked fall-off as enterprise filters and defences start to kick in.
"You can see that in late 2003, the blue dot density diminished considerably. That's when mail administrators found a filter whose false-positive rate was low enough to be acceptable," Chen wrote on his blog.
He said that there were some good reasons to collect spam, one of which was that it feeds his own spam filter. Besides, a bloke has to have a hobby. µ
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