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Email spam, also known as unsolicited bulk email (UBE) or junk mail, is the practise of sending huge numbers of unwanted email messages, sometimes with commercial content.

Unsolicited commercial email communications sent in mass, frequently using your address on a purchased (or stolen) mailing list. Fake mails that appear to have come from reputable sources and aim to deceive you into providing your personal information.

Spam is a crime against all Internet users since it wastes ISPs' storage and network capacity, as well as being offensive in many cases.

They do this by sending mass mailings to lists of unknown recipients using your email address. Phishing scams are frequent, and they try to trick people into clicking a spam link, downloading a dangerous file, or sending personal information or money. Hackers almost never use email addresses that can be linked back to them.

Whether or not a communication is spam has no bearing on whether or not it is illegal. In fact, in the United States, SPAM is legal. That is, whether your email is solicited or unsolicited, or whether it is highly targeted or not, has no bearing on its legality in the United States.

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