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I remember the first spam email that I ever saw. It was in the early 1980s. Everyone in the office crowded around to see it, and we all laughed at the ridiculousness of it. “MAKE MONEY FAST” it promised.

A copy was printed and stuck on the notice-board in reception, and visitors would see it, read it and laugh.

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Sifting through spam comments is a right pest. For every legit comment submitted, there’s 200 or more that are basically nothing more than spam.

Most of that is taken care of automatically, and it wouldn’t really be much of a problem if it were not for the fact that occasionally a legit comment gets incorrectly flagged as spam and stored with the rest of the junk.

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