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This year, we're expanding the topics allowed to include "other cybercrimes" such as phishing, IM spam, SMS spam, stock pump-and-dumps, email con games, exploit marketing, zombie bots and bot armies, and the like. The common thread remains the same - undesired, unsolicited electronic communications; that's the center point of this conference and papers should relate to that.

Anyone doing work in the spam, anti-spam, or other related cybercrimes is welcome to submit their results; we don't discriminate between academic, corporate, or private researchers. Even Amercians are welcome!

Papers could be technical in nature, and should give enough information so that a reasonable coder could reproduce your work and see if it works for them as well (science requires a reproducible experiment; without reproducible results we are not doing science).

Statistical analysis papers and papers that use unique facilities to gather that information are welcome as well; assume that the reasonable coder could have access to big-ISP facilities, computation, or bandwidth if your method requires i

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