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Spamming the cloud?

Education is the third most spammed industry; 82.6% of all email destined for the sector is considered spam, according to recent data from Symantec.cloud.
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Education is the third most spammed industry; 82.6% of all email destined for the sector is considered spam, according to recent data from Symantec.cloud. This is higher than the global average spam rate (81.3%). In January, spam made up 80.6% of all email aimed at the education sector, a significant increase of two percentage points in the past month.

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