What does it mean?
Spam refers to unsolicited and unwanted messages or emails that are sent to a large number of people without their consent. These messages are usually commercial in nature and are sent with the intention of promoting a product or service. Spam can also refer to unwanted comments or posts on social media platforms or forums. The content of spam messages can range from harmless advertisements to malicious links or scams. Spam is often sent by automated programs or bots, and can be a nuisance to users who have to sift through a large number of unwanted messages to find legitimate ones. Many email providers and social media platforms have implemented filters and algorithms to detect and block spam messages, but it remains a persistent problem on the internet.