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5 ways to protect & hide your email to stop receiving spam

(Tina, makeuseof.com) While spam protection has become quite effective at recognizing unsolicited bulk email, it’s still impossible to filter out and stop receiving spam. The easiest way is to control the information you’re releasing about yourself.

Besides regular spam, you receive a lot of advertising in your inbox. Although these emails are often personalized, they still classify as spam. However, these emails were usually created based on information you made available about yourself, rather than straight forward email guessing.

Hence, in order to stop receiving spam, you must protect and hide your email address, by:

1. Scrambling it
2. Hiding it in an image
3. Encoding it
4. Hiding it behind a test
5. Not sharing it [...]

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