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Chinese begin antispam enforcement

A Chinese court has fined a domestic company for spamming in one of the first cases of its type, state-run media reported Tuesday. An unnamed firm in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen was ordered to pay $625 for spamming activities since January, the English-language China Daily reported on its Web site. The paper said the case is believed to be the first prosecuted under the “Measures for the Administration of Internet E-mail Service,” enacted in March. Full Story

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