NetScrubber's New Feature Helps Block Pornographic Spam
NetScrubber, www.netscrubber.com, has developed a new feature to block pornographic Web sites advertised via unsolicited email.
Sonora, California, August 15, 1998: NetScrubber has added a new feature to block pornographic Web sites advertised via email. Anyone who receives pornographic spam should forward the message to firstname.lastname@example.org where it will be processed and sent to all participating Internet Service Providers, software companies and school districts. NetScrubber developed this service to combat the plague of pornographic email flooding the Internet.
As with all other NetScrubber features, this service is free of charge to all parties. All information provided by those who report is kept confidential.
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