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071116 Update:点此看本站过滤的词汇列表。
070507 Update:今天起,不仅记录发垃圾广告的网站,而且还记录大规模侵犯著作权或邻接权的网站,此外由于被展览的网站可能随时改邪归正,所以法豆只能保证在加入当天,该网站存在侵权行为或者发送了垃圾信息。如果被展览网站纠正了错误,请来邮件或者在下面留言告之。
070428 Update:展品中的红色字符为垃圾关键词,可放进您的网站过滤列表内。另外,也可将它们的地址列如列表内,也能有效控制垃圾信息。


中国开门网 这个网站只有非经营性网站的备案号,却大肆从事经营性电子商务业务,且长期、高频率地滥发垃圾邮件,在接收者声明不愿接收后仍不罢休。其号称有全新的业务模式,其实完全没有创新,让不懂网络的厂家付费而已。





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2005 PRC Anti spamming Legislation | 互联网电子邮件服务管理办法

China enacted his own anti-spamming legal system in a new regulation named Electronic Mail Administrative orders (EMAO hereinafter). Announced by the Department of Information Industry, which is a branch of China’s central government, this Subordinate legislation has a national effectiveness.

From article 11 to article 17, EMAO established a strict but recapitulative regulation dealing with the severe problem of spamming, which has a few characters as follows:

Firstly, EMAO adopts a strict “opt-in” regime to prohibit the rampant spamming activities in China. Overseas experience has been inconclusive as to whether an opt-in regime or an opt-out regime is better in curbing spam. The opt-in regime requires the sender of commercial electronic messages to have pre-existing business relationship with the recipient, or have obtained consent from the recipient before he could send commercial electronic messages to that recipient. While an opt-out regime requires the sender of commercial electronic messages to stop sending further commercial electronic messages to a recipient if the recipient so requests, but before receiving such a request, the sender may continue to send such messages to the recipient. In article 13, the order prohibit “any organization and individual” sending or relegating to others sending e-mail in which includes commercial advertisement content “without an unambiguous consent” from the recipients.

Secondly, EMAO prohibited some technical applications that often used by spammers, while the regulation does not covered all possible illegitimate techniques. “Address-harvesting” are “dictionary attacks” are prohibited by article 12. Nevertheless, the conduct of using scripts of other automated means to register for multiple e-mail address, and then sending e-mails via these address (named as “automatic throwaway accounts”) dose not be mentioned in EMAO.

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Comments to Legislative Proposals on UEMs of HK

Note to the readers:
1. Only a part of the paper is published here.
2. Please do not copy and/or transmit any paragraph of this paper without the author’s permission.
3. Any one who interested in the topic, please contact me.

Comments and Suggestions to the Consultation Paper on
Legislative Proposals to Contain the Problem of Unsolicited Electronic Messages  (Introduction, draft)

I. Introduction

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