|Spam is a disease. It is a plague of the modern Internet. Is there a cure?
Various techniques were developed and tried. But spammers quickly make them obsolete using even newer tricks. Fortunately, Reverend Tom Bayes, who lived in the 18th century, has given us a powerful weapon against spam. He wrote a formula for guessing how likely it is that something will happen based on two or more independent events. Several years ago Paul Graham proposed to use this formula to guess whether a piece of e-mail contains spam. The new method is called "Bayesian filtering". Its main difference is its ability to evolve with time. Spammers develop new tricks to fool spam-protection systems, but Bayesian filters learn to catch these tricks immediately.
Don't waste your time reading junk mail. Thanks to Reverend Tom Bayes and Spam Reader, we now have a cure against spam.
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