New anti-spam group for China

2006-01-01

Helen Martin

Virus Bulletin, UK
Editor: Helen Martin

Abstract

Internet Society of China announces new anti-spam group.


The Internet Society of China (ISC) has announced the formation of a new group focusing on the problem of spam in China - the Anti-Spam Committee of the Internet Society of China (ASISC). The new group will work alongside the existing ISC Anti-Spam Coordination Team, although the ASISC is expected to be more industry-driven than the current team.

The main responsibilities of the ASISC will be to institute email service standards and criteria, protect email users' legitimate rights, develop international cooperation and improve email service quality. ASISC currently consists of China's largest email and network service providers, relevant corporations, enterprises, scientific research institutes and government sectors that are concerned with promoting the development of the email service industry.

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