(Event) The Spam Book Launches in London

(Event) The Spam Book Launches in London

The Spam Book tackles the annoyances of internet porn, email spam and viruses as culturally relevant media theory.

Lisa Baldini
  • 25 september 2009

Email, Facebook, Twitter comprise the fabric of our online social lives. While they offer an invaluable convenience, the dark side of being so connected is dealing with spam. However, as annoying as it is to get seven emails about your non-existent mortgage, some would view the existence of spam on the Internet as providing a more telling look at our society.

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