This wiki is devoted to educating the public so that they can gain a better understanding of the mechanisms and operations behind unsolicited bulk e-mail or other questionable internet-driven operations. With education comes consumer protection and awareness.
Contributions to SpamWiki are made by well-known and respected members of the anti-spam and/or IT community whose experience and contribution in the area have already been demonstrated (more).
In the same tradition as open-source software, content on spamtrackers.eu is the result of the cooperation of all its contributors. Consequently, this site is constantly kept up-to-date, and its articles cannot by definition be biased towards the views of only one individual.
To assure the authority of the information provided in the SpamWiki and other annexed resources of spamtrackers.eu, contribution from the general public has not been enabled. We have therefore created a blog as a place for discussion, as a space for you to post your own comments, and a way for you to bring errors or omissions to our attention.
If you would like to submit material to the contributing editors for review and posting on the SpamWiki, or in the event that you spot information that you feel is inaccurate or biased, please send it to: email@example.com.