I get spammed by PR firms all the time – quite likely a dozen or more emails from them in my business inbox every day. I think I get on their radar because certain articles I write happen to be related to what these spammers are trying to promote. Well, I recently got this spam message via email from a PR firm regarding an upcoming security conference. Looks interesting. But to heck with the show…and don’t worry about what it says (I know, it’s hard to see)…What’s funny is that someone apparently did some edits to the original press release and the guy who sent it forgot to accept those changes (and proofread)…can’t make this stuff up. 😉
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