As reported by new website Mainsleaze.com: Symantec: no respect for opt-out Symantec, provider of security software for personal computers, is desperate to reach their old contacts at Savon Voima despite the domain having changed owners and opt-outs having been sent. The ESP is Responsys. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=347 Walmart Brazil: What***8217;s with all the spamming? Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=337 Kauffman Foundation: Emailing a Long-Closed Email Address The Kauffman Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on entrenpreneurship and job growth through the founding of new businesses, is sending bulk email to a long-closed email address. The ESP is ExactTarget. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=334 PositivePrint: Emailing a Spamtrap PositivePrint, an Internet-based print house, is sending bulk email to a spamtrap via ESP Constant Contact. The spamtrap is a long-closed email address that has not been live for years, and that rejected email for over twelve consecutive months in the interim before being re-enabled. It should not receive any bulk email any longer. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?paged=2 Faithful America: Mailing a Long-Closed Email Address Faithful America, an organization of religious people who support progressive causes, is spamming an email address that was turned into a spamtrap about a year ago after rejecting email at SMTP time for over eighteen months. Their ESP is SalsaLabs, aka Wired for Change. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=285 DCCC: Mailing Long-Closed Email Addresses The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), an organization affiliated with the U.S. Democratic political party, is spamming email addresses that have been closed for years, and in the interim bounced email at SMTP time with a 500-level rejection for over twelve consecutive months. In other words, these email addresses are spamtraps. If the DCCC continues to send bulk email to them in the quantities that I am seeing, they are likely to end up in trouble with anti-spam blacklists. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=278 LinkedIn: Pestering Spamtraps with Invitation Reminders Social networking site LinkedIn is sending invitations to join both to email addresses that never existed and email addresses that might have existed many years ago but not in the past few years. LinkedIn does not appear to do any vetting of email addresses that its users provide to it, leading it to send invitation emails to many spamtraps on a regular basis. It then sends reminders about email that was unsolicited in the first place. Article here: http://mainsleaze.spambouncer.org/?p=257 MORAL OF ARTICLES: If you're thinking "I don't feel so bad anymore" is that a good thing or bad thing?