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    Spain, in the top 12 in something related to information technologies

    And it is... spam! (via Slashdot).
    Even so, we are far behind IT powerhouses like Mexico and Brazil. Let's spam the world!

    2004-02-27 01:00 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: JR Fecha: 2004-02-27 17:55

    Argentina isn't in the list. Weird.



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-02-27 18:12

    Actually, I think that the list represents quite well connectedness in the world. Spain might not be the source of spam, but it offers millions of possible open relays to spammers worldwide. I think it's really ludicrous to make this kind of statistics, because the true origin of spam messages is usually well hidden.
    It makes for a good laugh, anyways.



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