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Re: Call for papers: EISWT-10, Orlando, USA, July 2010

From: Pablo Mendes <pablomendes@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 10:54:12 -0500
Message-ID: <45da7f411002260754o1ffd425dsf4064ee282082689@mail.gmail.com>
To: semantic-web@w3.org
On this subject, a thread from another list may be of interest:
https://lists.ccs.neu.edu/pipermail/bionlp/2010-February/001833.html

A quote from the thread:
"The mentioned Zoran Majkic, in the organizing committee of BCBGC-10,
.... is now, according to the same web site,
no longer affiliated to that organisation. That affiliation is also
denied by the University of Maryland. He is actually, according to the
BCBGC-10 web site, affiliated to ETF, Applied Mathematics Department,
University of Belgrade, Serbia, since a couple of hours ago."

Best regards,
Pablo

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 10:23 AM, Rich Kulawiec <rsk@gsp.org> wrote:
> Please note that this "conference" is a fraud.  It's one of a number
> of related "conferences" being heavily promoted by spam on mailing lists
> and on Usenet newsgroups.
>
> For some background, please see:
>
>        http://copy-shake-paste.blogspot.com/2008/12/fake-conferences.html
>
> I recommend blacklisting the putative sender:
>
>        jeedward@yahoo.com
>
> as well as these other addresses which are being used to run the same scam:
>
>        amgsolo@yahoo.com
>        devipsr@gmail.com
>        imecs_2008@iaeng.org
>        imecs_2009@iaeng.org
>        natty2006@gmail.com
>        wce_2009@iaeng.org
>        wcecs_2009@iaeng.org
>        jmheralds@gmail.com
>
> I'm sure there are others.  I'm working with other anti-spam experts
> to compile a list of both sender addresses and domains involved.
>
> ---Rsk
>
>
>
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