10 World’s Most Notoriously Spamming Countries
Spamming is what we all witness and encounter in our daily routines. It is being done a lot in the entire world and everyone, who is associated with the world of computers or Internet, gets affected by it. Here we list the countries which are most famous in doing spamming.
United States of America
USA tops the list of the spammers being the super power and the country that is the hub of almost all the businesses of the world. America also registers more than 2507 live spam cases.
China, the world’s largest country in terms of population, is the one that has been beating all in progress of business. It is on the second place with 1131 spam registered cases.
Russian is considered to be the worst spamming country in the entire world with live spam cases of 661. The spamming gangs of the country like Peter Severa, Leo Kuvayev, and Ruslan Ibragimov of send-safe.com are famous in the globe.
UK is among the big super powers of the world and the best ally of the US. Since its literacy rate is quite high, it possesses more spammers in the country. It registers more than 490 cases of spamming.
Germany’s population is 82 million and it is noted that more than 63% of the population has access to the web that is why the countries is listed among the bigger spammers of the world. It has 277 live spamming cases.
Brazil was earlier famous for being the spam king in 2010. But after the government’s efforts to lessen the cyber crime, the spam rate has decreased now. It now holds 262 cases of spamming.
Japan is famous for sending the world spam messages in e-mail. It has more than 244 live spam cases.
It has been learnt that the French government uses funds in running a project called Signal Spam where the project makes ties with Outlook and Thunderbird to send the spam dada in e-mails. The country has 233 famous spam cases.
The country has 72 million population and out of this rate, 36% can access the web. The country carries around 4.4% of the globe’s spam e-mails.
Last year on 15th December 2010, the government passed a bill called C-28 to fight with the Internet Spam to lessen the spamming in the country. Till today, Canada has 230 live spam cases.