Wireless Spam: TMTH* (The Lakeland Ledger)

The spam messages that have long plagued e-mail inboxes are now finding victims through a much more personal route: the cell phone. “It’s so annoying because I get charged every time I get one,” said Ryan Williams, 27, of Falls Church, Va., who receives half a dozen spam messages on a daily basis.

The spam messages that have long plagued e-mail inboxes are now finding victims through a much more personal route: the cell phone. “It’s so annoying because I get charged every time I get one,” said Ryan Williams, 27, of Falls Church, Va., who receives half a dozen spam messages on a daily basis.

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