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Spam Free Jackobian? Yes, It Is Possible Again!

Discussion in 'Site News' started by Prezzy, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. thafweshgeek

    thafweshgeek Upcoming

    90%
    Thanks:D
     
  2. IAMHESSTEEM

    IAMHESSTEEM Upcoming

    40%
    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF SPAM?
    SPAM IS ANY irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent
    over the Internet, typically to large numbers
    of users, for the purposes of advertising,
    phishing, spreading malware, etc. Etc means any other posts that the admins or are not comfortable with is also a spam. So the idea of no spamming is post unique materials and dont bombard the the same post if it eventually becomes irrelevant.
     
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  3. IAMHESSTEEM

    IAMHESSTEEM Upcoming

    40%
    Spam is flooding the Internet with many
    copies of the same message, in an attempt
    to force the message on people who would
    not otherwise choose to receive it. Most
    spam is commercial advertising, often for
    dubious products, get-rich-quick schemes,
    or quasi-legal services. Spam costs the
    sender very little to send -- most of the costs
    are paid for by the recipient or the carriers
    rather than by the sender.
    There are two main types of spam, and they
    have different effects on Internet users.
    Cancellable Usenet spam is a single message
    sent to 20 or more Usenet newsgroups.
    (Through long experience, Usenet users
    have found that any message posted to so
    many newsgroups is often not relevant to
    most or all of them.) Usenet spam is aimed
    at "lurkers", people who read newsgroups
    but rarely or never post and give their
    address away. Usenet spam robs users of
    the utility of the newsgroups by
    overwhelming them with a barrage of
    advertising or other irrelevant posts.
    Furthermore, Usenet spam subverts the
    ability of system administrators and owners
    to manage the topics they accept on their
    systems.
    Email spam targets individual users with
    direct mail messages. Email spam lists are
    often created by scanning Usenet postings,
    stealing Internet mailing lists, or searching
    the Web for addresses. Email spams typically
    cost users money out-of-pocket to receive.
    Many people - anyone with measured phone
    service - read or receive their mail while the
    meter is running, so to speak. Spam costs
    them additional money. On top of that, it
    costs money for ISPs and online services to
    transmit spam, and these costs are
    transmitted directly to subscribers.
    One particularly nasty variant of email spam
    is sending spam to mailing lists (public or
    private email discussion forums.) Because
    many mailing lists limit activity to their
    subscribers, spammers will use automated
    tools to subscribe to as many mailing lists as
    possible, so that they can grab the lists of
    addresses, or use the mailing list as a direct
    target for their attacks.
     
  4. christian ogbonna

    christian ogbonna Jackobian

    40%
    thanks i have heard
     
  5. christian ogbonna

    christian ogbonna Jackobian

    40%
    but i post things on their appropriate places.
    for example; investment, bitcoin etc. no props majority wins
     
  6. christian ogbonna

    christian ogbonna Jackobian

    40%
    you need to state clearly the format of posting thing here then.
     
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  7. Adesina oluwasegun

    Adesina oluwasegun Jackobian

    40%
    I give my support
     
  8. Adeoye Oyewole Olumide

    Adeoye Oyewole Olumide Jackobian

    40%
    I agree with u bro
     
  9. Gad

    Gad GrandMaster Knight

    28%
    That's good @Prezzy, Spammers are liable to get there accounts banned! But if you use your free will to post an information without spamming, no banning.

    So let's have a spam free Jackobian!
     
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  10. Moon

    Moon Jackobian

    65%
    No to spamming
     
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  11. Prezzy

    Prezzy GrandMaster Admin

    28%
    Thanks for that bro
     
  12. Prezzy

    Prezzy GrandMaster Admin

    28%
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  13. Prezzy

    Prezzy GrandMaster Admin

    28%
  14. IAMHESSTEEM

    IAMHESSTEEM Upcoming

    40%
    you welcome boss.
     
  15. Adigun

    Adigun Jackobian

    90%
    spam free guranteed
     
  16. Bounty

    Bounty Jackobian

    15%
    Kick out spamming
     
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