SPAM


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AcronymDefinition
SPAMSpiced Ham (Hormel canned pork developed in 1937)
SPAM[not an acronym] written spam -- slang name for Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE; junk/bulk email)
SPAMState Police Association of Massachusetts
SPAMStop Pornography and Abusive Marketing Act
SPAMStupid, Pointless Annoying Message (folk etymology)
SPAMSpace Planning and Management (University of Missouri - Columbia)
SPAMSpecially Prepared American Meat (folk etymology)
SPAMSociety for the Publication of American Music
SPAMService Provisioning and Account Management
SPAMSurvey Processing and Management
SPAMSpectral Processing and Manipulation (Ocean Optics)
SPAMSearch Pattern Assessment Model
SPAMSociety of Properties Artisan Managers
SPAMSchools of the Pacific Atmospheric Monitoring
SPAMSystems Personnel Activity Meeting (Yale)
SPAMSociety for the Preservation of Amplitude Modulation
SPAMShelter, Portable, Air Mobile
SPAMShelter, Protective, Aircraft Maintenance
SPAMSome Place Around Montana / Missouri / Massachusetts / Mississippi / Maine :-)
SPAMSGML Parser Add Markup
SPAMSlant Path Attenuation Model (antennas)
SPAMSinging Produces Awesome Miracles (Lansing, MI school choir)
SPAMStrike Package and Associated Messages (tactical Tomahawk weapon control system)
SPAMScanning Photo-Acoustic Microscopy
SPAMSociety for Palmtop Advancement through Meetings (San Francisco, CA)
SPAMStudent Peer Abstinence Movement (Montana)
SPAMShoulder of Pork & Ham (Hormel canned pork developed in 1937)
SPAMSolar Powered Area Monitor
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The study also concluded that current levels of spam are undermining the integrity of e-mail and degrading the quality of online life.
To deal with the growing spam problem, businesses must find ways to block incoming spam in real time while making sure that legitimate e-mail is not hindered.
The Vendare Group, a Sherman Oaks-based online marketing firm, would not return phone calls seeking comment about the spam bill.
The chief reason people send spam is that it's incredibly cheap to do so.
Some of the recently proposed federal legislation includes the Anti-Spam Act of 2003, the Ban on Deceptive Unsolicited Bulk Electronic Mail Act of 2003, the Criminal Spam Act of 2003, and REDUCE Spam Act of 2003.
In early attempts to foil OCR engines, senders of image spam attempted to use animated GIF files to spread content across multiple frames.
During this SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) exchange, the receiving server employs filtering rules to stop spam before it is received into the organization's mail system.
Although Spam shares the same status as fruit cake when it comes to fodder for jokes, it is ``still the No.
Worldwide, people enjoy celebrating SPAM as much as they enjoy eating it.
Almost every spam e-mail message uses e-mail spoofing.
They take their food so seriously,'' said Maria Hagman, a Spam eater for 37 years.