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    Spam declining?

    That's what AOL has claimed it has noticed; spam messages caught in filters have declined 20%, and complaints by users have almost halved. Besides, AOL is blocking spammers' sites (via Slashdot), which might be just another step in an arms race.
    I haven't seen that decline in my own mailboxes, but, if AOL says it, it must be true. Or maybe people have grown so used to it, they don't even notice.

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