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Hotmail Free Email Service
There is a major problem with
pornographic junk mail on the
free email service offered by
Hotmail (MSN).
In talking with one woman who
has had a Hotmail account for
over 5 years, we discovered
some unsettling information:
"I have been using Hotmail for
five years and there has never
been this kind of a proliferation
of filth prior. Hotmail used to be
owned by a different company,
but when MSN took it over, it
started to go downhill. Not only
are they charging users money
for 'larger mailbox space' now,
the service has become flooded
with a wave of porno junk mail.
Sometimes I'll get an email with a
really disgusting subject title,
anything from derogatory slurs
about women to 'rape fantasy' to
'farm animal sex'. Other times, I'll
get an email with a subject
saying something like 'it was
nice chatting with you on Friday'
and I'll open it up thinking it
might be from a friend and
there's a pornographic picture
and a link to a pornography site.
Something really needs to be
done about this serious issue. I
am sure that these things can be
filtered out by the email service,
because I also have an account
with Yahoo!, and they've never
had any of these problems. It's
really sad that Hotmail today is in
this kind of a state. What was
once a really great service now
ruined."
While Hotmail requires parental
consent through use of a credit
card if a child who is signing up
enters their proper year of birth,
a question remains. Are the
children who are signing up for
this email service receiving
pornographic junk mail too?
Does Hotmail have some way of
monitoring or preventing this
that they are not utilizing?
An increase in sale of
information through 3rd party
sites is also a pressing issue.
Keep careful track of which sites
you buy products from and what
information you give them. Also,
when a junk mailing list says
"Click here to unsubscribe" at the
bottom of an email, never click
on the link. It is generally a trick
by the junk mailers to check to
see if your account is still active,
after which often you will receive
more junk mail. (Often they will
sell your email address to other
junk mailers, claiming that yours
is an "active account").
Apparently, AOL users also has a
problem with pornographic junk
mail. Another woman told us that
she receives up to ten of these
emails in her mailbox each day.


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