Starting That Spam-Free Diet


Spammers are getting smarter and as a result they are turning financial services e-mail archives into the electronic equivalent of a batty old grandmother’s house packed floor-to-ceiling with stacks of newspapers, magazines and junk mail.

Thanks to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation 17a-4 requiring the three-year storage of e-mail on "write once, read many" (WORM) optical platters, many investment firms, such as Chicago-headquartered William Blair & Co., an institutional and

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