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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What is junk mail?

2)

What do you think of junk mail and junk mailers?

3)

What is worse, junk mail in your inbox or junk mail delivered to your house?

4)

How much does junk mail bother, irritate or anger you?

5)

Do you do anything to reduce the amount of junk mail you get?

6)

Why is junk mail also called spam mail?

7)

What are common subjects for the junk mail you receive?

8)

Have you ever replied or responded to junk mail?

9)

Should those who send junk mail go to prison?

10)

Why do people send junk mail?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

What do you hate more, junk mail or pop-up ads?

2)

What do you think of the e-mail scammers who say their relative has died leaving them millions of dollars and they need your help?

3)

Should governments, police and software companies work harder to catch spam e-mailers?

4)

Can you always detect spam mail from the subject?

5)

Are you ever fooled by phishing mails – those that look like they’ve been sent from a bank and ask you to confirm your private info?

6)

What would you do or say to someone who kept sending you spam mail?

7)

Have you ever replied to a spam mail asking the sender to stop?

8)

Do you think spam has any negative impact on the Internet?

9)

Have you ever come across junk mail that was useful or interesting?

10)

Do you think junk mail will ever disappear?


 


 
 
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