Spam-filled Future Ahead For My Inbox

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If your e-mail address is “adam@whatever.com,” you probably receive a lot more spam than someone whose username is “quagmire.” According to a Cambridge University researcher, spammers target usernames with common first letters more than those that are less common, and therefore less likely to get to a real person.

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