Rabu, Maret 28, 2007

Definitions of "spam" on the Web:

  • To indiscriminately send unsolicited, unwanted, irrelevant, or inappropriate messages, especially commercial advertising in mass quantities. Noun: electronic "junk mail". www.tecrime.com/0gloss.htm
  • is unsolicited e-mail. The term spamming is also sometimes used by search engines to mean web sites that try to gain a higher listing by submitting hundreds of almost identical pages or by inserting hundreds of keywords within a web document. www.smallbizonline.co.uk/glossary_of_internet_terms.php
  • Spam refers to electronic junk mail or junk newsgroup postings. Some people define spam even more generally as any unsolicited e-mail. In addition to being a nuisance, spam also eats up a lot of network bandwidth. Because the Internet is a public network, little can be done to prevent spam, just as it is impossible to prevent junk mail. However, the use of software filters in e-mail programs can be used to remove most spam sent through e-mail. nces.ed.gov/pubs2003/secureweb/glossary.asp
  • Unwanted, unsolicited email www.100best-domain-names.com/articles33.html
  • To crash a program by overrunning a fixed-site buffer with excessively large input data. Also, to cause a person or newsgroup to be flooded with irrelevant or inappropriate messages. www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/pubs/compsecurity/glossary.html
  • (or Spamming) An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or USENET or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium (which it is not) by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn't ask for it. The term probably comes from a famous Monty Python skit which featured the word spam repeated over and over. ... www.unitedyellowpages.com/internet/terminology.html
  • "SPAM" mail is the practice of sending massive amounts of e-mail promotions or advertisements (and scams) to people that have not asked for it. Spam mail is controversial and there are many levels of definitions for it. Many times, spam e-mail lists are created by "harvesting" e-mail addresses from discussion boards and groups, chat rooms, IRC, and web pages. Pugmarks strictly prohibits sending spam from accounts on our servers. www.pugmarks.com/support/glossary.htm
  • Spam is unsolicited e-mail on the Internet. From the sender's point-of-view, it's a form of bulk mail, often to a list culled from subscribers to a Usenet discussion group or obtained by companies that specialize in creating e-mail distribution lists. To the receiver, it usually seems like junk e-mail. In general, it's not considered good netiquette to send spam. ... www.cesa8.k12.wi.us/media/digital_dictionary.htm
  • Non-Internet: Delicious "meat" in a can! Internet: Sending multiple, sometimes thousands, of unwelcome messages to a newsgroup or mailing list to promote a commercial product or Web site. www.vikont.com/clients/glossary.htm
  • Unethical techniques such as cloaking, mirror sites and doorway pages to trick the search engine spiders into giving the Web page a higher ranking. Search engines will often penalize or remove an offending site from its index. www.studio6.ca/seo_glossary.html
  • Unscrupulous or unethical means of inflating results. Usually deteriorates the quality of listings and often results in penalties or being banned from a search engine. www.discountclick.com/help/seo/glossary.asp
  • Means unsolicited e-mail. www.boydslaw.co.uk/glossary/gloss_itip.html
  • The use of mailing lists to blanket usenets or private email boxes with indiscriminate advertising messages. Very bad netiquette. Even worse, it's bad business. The future of marketing online is about customizing products and information for individual users. Anyone who tries to use old mass market techniques in the new media environment is bound to fail. smartbizconnection.com/advertising_glossary_index.htm
  • A spam message is an unsolicited, usually commercial e-mail message. It is also referred to as UCE, or unsolicited commercial e-mail. www.kateycharles.com/glossary.html
  • unsolicited electronic mail; the internet version of junk mail www.lib.monash.edu.au/vl/glossind.htm
  • (or Spamming) www.server101.com.au/support/glossary.php3
  • as it applies to search engines, any attempt to submit or place deceptive information, or to "trick" the search engine into placing a page in an inaccurate position. www.accesstoebusiness.com/glossary.htm
  • Electronic junk mail. ospa.utdallas.edu/Publications/VIG/13tech.htm
  • Internet slang for unsolicited bulk email, primarily unsolicited commercial email (UCE). Recipients of spam often consider it an unwanted intrusion. Internet service providers (ISPs), such as America Online, consider spam to be a financial drain and an impediment to Internet access because it can clog available bandwidth. Spam has also been linked with fraudulent business schemes, chain letters, and offensive sexual and political messages. Not all bulk email is spam. ... www.leanlegal.com/dictionary/s.asp
  • As a noun, an irrelevant message (frequently commercial advertising) cross-posted to many public fora (eg.: Usenet groups) simultaneously. As a verb, the act of posting such spam. The term is derived, obscurely, from a popular Monty Python comedy sketch that celebrates the pleasures of consuming a certain tinned meat product. teladesign.com/ma-thesis/glossary.html
  • Junk email, usually unsolicited. Top www.smoothwall.net/support/glossary.html
  • To send identical and irrelevant postings to many different newsgroups or mailing lists. Usually this posting is something that has nothing to do with the particular topic of a newsgroup or of no real interest to the person on the mailing list. The name comes from a Monty Python song and is considered to be a serious violation of netiquette. www.mfgquote.com/resources_web_terms_S.cfm
  • Unsolicited bulk email generally sent for commercial or political purposes, and always sent using an automated email program. www.ciphertrust.com/resources/glossary/index.php
  • Originally just a canned sandwich filler product, now this term is also used to refer to the practice of blindly posting commercial messages or advertisements to a large number of unrelated and uninterested newsgroups. webweevers.com/glossary3.htm
  • Faith-Web is proud to have a strict "NO-Spam" policy. Sending spam is a direct violation of Faith-Web's Terms of Service and is cause for immediate termination without refund. www.faith-web.com/TermsOfService.php
  • a canned meat made largely from pork ; unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk) ; send unwanted or junk e-mail wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
  • SPAM is a canned pork product made by the Hormel Foods Corporation that has entered into folklore. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPAM
  • Spam by e-mail is a type of spam that involves sending identical or nearly identical messages to thousands (or millions) of recipients. Addresses of recipients are often harvested from Usenet postings or web pages, obtained from databases, or simply guessed by using common names and domains. By definition, spam is sent without the permission of the recipients. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_(email)
  • Spamming is the use of any electronic communications medium to send unsolicited messages in bulk, indiscriminately -- unlike sending to a selected group in normal marketing. In the popular eye, the most common form of spam is that delivered in e-mail as a form of commercial advertising. However, over the short history of electronic media, people have done things comparable to spamming for many purposes other than the commercial, and in many media other than e-mail. ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_(electronic)
  • Spam is repeated use of more than one grenade in one part of a map in the quake mod Team Fortress. It also broadly incorporates overuse of the in-game messaging system and excessive setting of detpacks (large-scale explosions). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_(Team_Fortress)
  • Spam is a popular Monty Python sketch, first broadcast in 1970. In the sketch, two customers are trying to order a breakfast without SPAM from a menu which includes the processed meat product in every entree. The term spam (in electronic communication) is derived from this sketch. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_(Monty_Python)
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