Hotmail originator turns to anti-spam

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Dec 2, 2004

Sabeer Bhatia, the man behind Hotmail, has announced that he has invested in an anti-spam company

Sabeer Bhatia, the man behind Hotmail, has announced that he has invested in an anti-spam company. Bhatia, who developed the concept of web-based email in his mid-20s, and subsequently sold Hotmail to Microsoft for a reported $400 million, revealed last month that he had turned his attention to the problem of spam. Although reluctant to give away any details of his anti-spam project, he told an audience of Australian technology entrepreneurs that he considers there to be 'intelligent solutions [to the spam problem] by putting an appliance at a network level'.

Posted on 2 December 2004 by Virus Bulletin




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