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Spam levels have not been dented by a series of strikes against controllers of networks of hijacked computers.
Early 2010 has seen four such networks, or botnets, tackled via arrests, net access cutoffs and by infiltrating command systems.
The successes have not inconvenienced hi-tech criminals who found other routes to send spam, say experts.
And, they add, despite falling response rates, spam remains too lucrative for criminals to abandon.
[edited by: incrediBILL at 11:42 pm (utc) on Mar 18, 2010]
just suggesting China is not the only spam source we look at
The only way you're going to stop spam is stiff fines against the companies who allow their marketers to use the tactic
so that ship has sailed
if ISPs are responsible for getting rid of spam