"Spam is threatening the future of the Internet," and if it's
not controlled the problem could render e-mail "unusable,"
according to Sunil Paul, CEO of Bright Light Technologies, speaking
at the ISPcon show yesterday.
In early 1999, the company will hold an anti-spam summit at
which it hopes to broaden the number of ISPs and system
administrators contributing expertise on the methods used by
spammers so that they can detected and controlled.