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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Spam from ROK embassy in US

Every now and then I receive mail from Korus, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the United States, from an address under the domain dynamic-korea.com. It's not surprising that a person involved in Korea-related research ends up in such e-mail lists; the annoying and almost unforgivable (and detrimental to the aims of those mailings) is the fact that when I've tried to get myself removed from the mailing lists and have the mailings cancelled (especially as events in the USA have little relevance for me), all the contact e-mail addresses given in the messages or in the homepage(feedback@dynamic-korea.com, webmaster@dynamic-korea.com) bounce. Perhaps I should file a complaint to the Korea Information Security Agency (www.spamcop.or.kr).

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