The most prominent campaigning anti-spam organizations have been the CAUCE family, which started in the U.S. and has spread to Canada, India and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region.

Unspam Technologies is a relatively new organization focussed on legal responses to spam - from do-not-call lists to their Project Honeypot, which aims to unmask spammers harvesting email addresses so that they may be prosecuted.

Many other anti-spam organizations conduct business in a niche part of anti-spam: spam filtering companies, news sources or blogs, scams or reporting.

One notable example is called "". This is a meeting place of volunteer anti-spammers who pool knowledge ad resources. It is not uncommon for such sites to come under Denial of Service attacks from the criminals whose livelihoods and misdeeds become a focus attention.

One such attack was launched on in late October/early November 2009.  IP addresses of the attack bots are recorded in this wiki under IBR Attack

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