I get a LOT of spam on my work email account -- they use Yahoo business service. Too many of them are porn spam.I applaud this reader's initiative. I am fortunate enough to not have this sort of thing coming through our email filters but I know it is an increasing problem so am happy to be able to tell about this resource.
But this evening I received a spam advertising Web sites for child pornography. I won't go into details of what it pitched, but it listed 5 Web sites with Russian domains.
I was so disturbed by this, I couldn't just delete it (which I do with the rest of the spam). After some research, I discovered that it is possible to report cases on even email spam related to child pornography.
In case anyone else might receive this kind of spam, I thought it would be good to at least let them know it can be reported.
The CyberTip line of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will collect reports of child pornography spam.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
A Place to Report Email Spam Related to Child Pornography
A reader was good enough to alert me that there actually is a place where you can report email spam related to child pornography.