NYt: spamming

NYt: spamming

Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam. Shortened URLs are great for character-conscious Tweeters, marketers who want to track Web site visitors, and even perhaps an opportunity fo r venture capitalists who are investing in companies such as Bit.ly. But they are also providing a boon to spammers. MessageLabs, a division of Symantec, said today the presence of shortened URLs in spam had skyrocketed over the last few days and now appear s in more than 2 percent of all spam.

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