Spam, unsolicited commercial content spread at a mass scale, is everywhere on the Internet, in our email and on the sites we visit.1 At a minimum, spam is a nuisance, just another email or post online to delete or ignore. At its worst, falling victim to a spam attack risks infecting a system with malware or compromising an individual’s identity. This proliferation is due in large part to spambots, Internet robots designed to spread spam autonomously.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. Candidate 2021. Saint Michael's College, B.A. in Theatre 2016.