Zhou Jinfeng, a commissioner at the National Political Consultation Committee that has been making an appeal for the creation of a regulation specifically against spam, said recently that a lawmaking body consisting of concerned government departments, professional associations, and legal experts is currently making preparations and that a long-anticipated 'Anti-spam Law' will soon be revealed.

A recent report released by the National Internet Information Center shows that junk mails have been on the rise in China. According to statistics from the SBL database, China ranks below only the US in terms of number of spam mails. Industry analysts are hopeful that this will act as a clear indication to the Chinese government and the industry as a whole a law to regulate the field is urgently required.


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