What Do Spam Emails and Greenhouse Gas Have in Common? [Infographic]

If you thought Spam emails were bad, study this infographic and find out how bad they really are.

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If you thought spam was a growing annoyance, you’d be right.  WebPageFx discovered that the energy cost of spam email is actually equivalent to the level of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions released from driving 3 feet.

The company hopes to raise awareness, so it may create change in how we handle spam. They are asking you to do your part by personally installing a spam filter on your own email account, forwarding spam to spam@uce.gov, as well as informing others!  You can read more about the study here.

SPAM: More than an Annoyance Infographic

Infographic by WebpageFX