Finding me from the blog post I wrote in May, Times Higher Education included my comments in their story about the recent Elsevier spam email. Click here to read the full story.
It starts like this:
24 July 2008
By Chloe Stothart
Spam messages calling for research papers could lead to loss of personal details, says Chloe Stothart
Most e-mail frauds are concerned with selling fake Viagra or persuading people to send their bank details to a beleaguered, fictional politician on the other side of the world.
But, in a new development, the fraudsters now want your research papers.